First the agitation ends, then the cases will return… Tikait objected to the conditions of the government

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New Delhi
The road to the end is being opened. The government has accepted almost all the conditions of the farmers. He has also written a letter to the United Kisan Morcha (SKM) with five points. In this way a written proposal has come from the government. A meeting of 5 farmer leaders appointed to hold talks with the government on this proposal will be held on Wednesday. In this, a decision can be taken to end the movement. Most of the farmers are also in favor of withdrawing this movement which has been going on for almost a year. However, SKM has sought clarifications on certain points. At the same time, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has expressed doubts about the intention of the government. The United Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Tuesday said it has responded to the government’s proposal to end the agitation. In this clarification has been sought on some points. The organization said it has also sought clarification on the government’s pre-condition to end the agitation to withdraw the “fake” cases registered against the farmers. Farmer leaders said they would hold another meeting on the issue at 2 pm on Wednesday. Balbir Singh Rajewal said that the government sent a proposal, it was discussed and presented before all the members of the United Kisan Morcha. He said the government’s proposal states that it will constitute a committee on the demand for legal guarantee of Minimum Support Price (MSP). The committee will include farmers’ organizations from outside the SKM, government officials and representatives of the states. Rajewal said, ‘We had an objection to this…. We do not want such committees on MSP which are opposed to our demand from the very beginning. We have asked the government to clarify on this. He said, ‘We are also against the condition of the government, which said that the farmers’ agitation will have to be ended to withdraw the fake cases registered against the farmers.’ Another farmer leader said he got the offer on Tuesday afternoon. “We discussed this in the meeting. We had objections to certain points in the proposal. Some suggestions have been given by our members and they have been sent to the government.

What is a ticket stand?
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has questioned the government’s letter. He said who would believe the letter. Tikait said, ‘It was proposed by the government that everything will be accepted, you get up. Will form a committee on MSP. But nothing is clear. Tomorrow at 2 o’clock there will be discussion again. Regarding the return of the case, there is a proposal that the cases will be withdrawn, you get up. But who will believe the letter?’ Tikait said that till all the issues are not resolved no one is going anywhere. The proposal is not clear. There will be a meeting on this again. It does not answer many concerns of farmers.

It is also being said that there is a consensus
At the same time, farmer leader Kulwant Singh Sandhu said on Tuesday that the protesting farmers’ organization has reached a consensus on the future of the movement as almost all their demands have been accepted, but the decision will be formally announced on Wednesday. After the meeting of the United Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is leading more than 40 farmers’ organizations involved in the protest, Sandhu said, “Almost all the demands have been accepted…letters (of assurances from the government on the demands of the farmers). with). A consensus has been reached, the final decision will be announced tomorrow.” Another farmer leader and SKM member said the agitation is likely to end on Wednesday as there has been some positive response from the government on the demands of the farmers. However, the final decision will be announced after another SKM meeting on Wednesday. The SKM, which is spearheading the agitation, has held talks with the government on pending demands for legal guarantee on the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for crops, compensation to the kin of farmers killed during the agitation against three agricultural laws, withdrawal of cases against the protesters. A five-member committee was formed on Saturday for this.

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[Attribution to NBT]

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