New Delhi: Farmers’ organizations are not ready to back down from the movement even after the announcement of withdrawal of agricultural laws. Farmers’ organizations have announced that the movement will not end until all their other demands are met. Farmers’ organizations will arrive in Delhi on the first day of the winter session of Parliament to register a protest.
Rakesh Takit, a spokesman for the Indian Farmers’ Union, said on Tuesday that they would march in Delhi with 60 tractors to press for a legal guarantee of a minimum support price (MSP). He said that on November 29, the farmers would take out a tractor march to the parliament. The winter session of Parliament will begin on November 29 and is expected to continue till December 23.
“We were accused of blocking roads,” said Rakesh Takit. But we didn’t do that. Blocking roads is not our movement. This time a thousand people will go to Parliament. ”Rakesh Takit said that we are waiting for the response of the government on MSP. Also, the government should take responsibility for the death of 750 farmers in the last one year.
Rakesh Takit made the statement at a time when the Union Council of Ministers is likely to approve the repeal of the three laws on Wednesday. Just last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of agricultural laws. Meanwhile, the United Farmers Front (SKM) said in a statement that preparations were underway to hold tractor rallies. Thousands of farmers are expected to come from around Delhi. The partial victory of the movement will be celebrated on November 26.
The Kisan Morcha said in a statement that programs would also be organized by international farmers’ organizations around the world. Car rallies are being held in London on November 26, Paris, France on November 30, and California on December 4. In addition, support programs will be held in many countries.