Farmers Movement End: The farmers’ movement, which has been going on for more than a year, has come to an end. The United Kisan Morcha has announced this. The Kisan Morcha took this decision after a long meeting. After the return announcement, the farmers will start returning from the Delhi border on December 11.
Farmers Movement End
Farmer leader Balveer Rajewal said that we are going back after bowing down to the government. He said that on January 15, there would be another meeting of the Kisan Morcha, in which further strategy will be discussed.
He said that the farmers’ movement is being postponed, but a meeting will be held every month. If the government went right and left on its terms, then a decision can start the movement again.
The United Kisan Morcha said that the farmers would start withdrawing from the Delhi border on December 11. After that, on December 13, he will pay obeisance at Harminder Sahib in Amritsar. At the same time, from December 15, the farmers standing at the toll plaza of Punjab will also be removed.
Thirty-two farmer organizations of Punjab have also proposed to go back. According to the proposal, the farmers will leave the border on December 11 and reach Harminder Sahib in Amritsar on December 13.
United Kisan Morcha leader Balbir Rajewal said in the press conference
On November 26 last year, the farmers’ movement started. Today we are going from here with a big victory. And bowing down to an arrogant government. This is not the end of the front.
Today the movement has just been suspended. We will sit again on January 15 for the next fight and review the strategy ahead. Due to the farmers who have given their sacrifices in this movement, this movement has stood.
On the other hand, the United Kisan Morcha Hannan Mula leader said.
The farmers’ movement is the most significant peaceful movement after independence. All the democratic movements will take forward the fight together in the coming times. On January 15, we will again make further policy keeping the work of the government under observation.
In the new proposal sent by the government, a committee will be formed by the government on MSP; it has been agreed to include members of United Kisan Morcha in that committee.
The government has also written in the resolution that Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Haryana have agreed to withdraw the cases registered against the farmers immediately. In Delhi also the issues reported against the farmers will be removed.