Farmers suspend 378 days stir against three contentious farm laws, vacate Delhi borders on December 11

After 378 days, farmers suspended stir against three contentious farm laws on Delhi borders. They have announced that they will end their protest and vacate Delhi borders on December 11.

Kisans have been protesting for over 15 months against the three farm laws and Minimum Support Price (MSP). Now, the agitation has been suspended and they are ready to go back to their homes. The decision came after the central government accepted all the demands of farmers.

Farmers’ unions announced that they have planned Fateh Ardas (victory prayer) at Singhu and Tikri borders today at 5:30pm.

On December 13, leaders of all farmers’ organizations will be visiting Shri Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple), Amritsar.

Farmer leaders said that a consensus has been reached between all of us regarding the proposal that has come from the government. Balveer Singh Rajewal said that again on January 15, there will be a review meeting to be held by the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM).

“The fight is not yet over. Our farmers are still protesting for justice against the violence done by the BJP government. Farmers demand justice#Justice4LakhimpurFarmers” Kisan Ekta Morcha tweeted.