- United Kisan Morcha meeting will also be held on Thursday
- There was a consensus on the draft of the new proposal of the government
- Announcement may be made soon to end the farmers’ movement
The farmers’ agitation, which has been going on on the borders of Delhi for a year, may end soon. The United Kisan Morcha has indicated this on Wednesday. On behalf of the Morcha, it was said that a consensus has been reached on the latest draft of the Centre’s proposal on their pending demands and a meeting is to be held on Thursday to decide the future strategy for the movement. However, the leaders of the United Kisan Morcha (SKM) have been demanding a formal dialogue from the government on ‘letterhead’.
Farmer leader and SKM core committee member Gurnam Singh Chaduni said that the draft of the proposal received earlier from the central government regarding the pending demands was not acceptable, after which the Center has sent a fresh draft of the proposal on Wednesday. .
We have agreed on the draft that has come from the government today. This draft of the government is yet to be converted into an official letter. A meeting will be held tomorrow after the official letter / draft is received, in this meeting any decision will be taken to postpone the movement.
Gurnam Singh Chaduni, United Kisan Morcha (after the meeting on Wednesday)
In a press conference after the SKM core committee meeting, Chadhuni said, “We agree with the government on our demands. After tomorrow’s meeting, we will take a decision on suspending the agitation. No decision has yet been taken regarding withdrawing the agitation. SKM will have another meeting tomorrow (Thursday) at 12 noon.
The SKM, which is leading the farmers’ movement, said in a statement that a consensus has been reached on the central government’s draft regarding the demands of the farmers.
The SKM said in a statement, “A consensus has been reached on the latest proposal of the government. Now a formal communication is awaited on the government’s letterhead. SKM will meet again tomorrow at 12 noon at Singhu border, after that a formal decision will be taken regarding raising the front.
Gurnam Singh Chaduni, United Kisan Morcha