New Delhi / Sonipat [संजय निधि]। The meeting of the United Kisan Morcha on the Singhu border has ended. Giving information about the decisions taken in the meeting, farmer leader Balbir Rajewal said that the agitation will continue till the law is repealed in Parliament. All the pre-determined programs of the United Kisan Morcha will be held on time. The Morcha will meet again on November 27. He said that many other issues including MSP were discussed in the meeting of the Morcha.

Balbir Singh Rajewal said that the Morcha will write an open letter to PM Modi regarding the pending demands of the farmers. The letter will include major demands like MSP committee, Electricity Bill 2020, return of cases registered against farmers and sacking of Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni for Lakhmipur Kheri.

He told that the front has welcomed the announcement of PM Modi to withdraw all the three agricultural laws. Morcha leaders said that this is a good step by PM Modi but many other demands of the farmers are still pending. Let us inform that 42 farmer organizations participated in the meeting of United Kisan Morcha. The leaders of all the groups including Rakesh Tikait, Balbir Singh Rajewal, Gurnam Singh Chaduni participated in the meeting.

Protesters still not ready to leave

Farmers’ organizations will continue to protest despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement to withdraw the Agriculture Reform Act. The nine-member coordination committee of the United Kisan Morcha held a meeting on Saturday and decided that the programs that had been set earlier for the movement would continue. The Mahapanchayat in Lucknow on November 22, on the completion of one year of the movement on November 26, crowds will be increased on all fronts and Parliament will march on November 29 when the winter session of Parliament begins.

Morcha counted the demands

  • There should be a statutory guarantee for MSP
  • Government should completely withdraw the Electricity Amendment Bill
  • Keep farmers out of penal sections related to law on air quality regulation in Delhi
  • The families of those who lost their lives in the movement should get compensation and employment opportunities.
  • Unconditional withdrawal of cases against farmers during the agitation
  • Crowd will increase on the front on 26th, Tikri on 29th, marched from Ghazipur to Parliament
Edited By: Mangal Yadav