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Farmers protest will continue untill all demands are met

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced the withdrawal of all three farming laws and appealed to the agitating farmers to return to their homes but still the farmers will not return from Delhi y. Rather, on November 25, thousands of farmers from Punjab will reach Delhi with huge demand for a law on MSP. The announcement was made by State Secretary Darbara Singh Chhajla in a meeting of Bharatiya Kisan Union Ekta Ugrahan in Punjab’s Ugrahan village on Saturday.

Chhajla said that the farmers’ movement has completed one year and the farmers will return to their homes only after the constitutional process of repeal of laws is over and a law on MSP is made. Now the farmers have to work hard and this complete settlement will take at least three months. About twenty thousand farmers from Sangrur district will travel to Delhi. About 700 farmers have made sacrifices in this movement. The incident of Lakhimpur Kheri is an incident that crosses all limits of atrocities. Bahal Singh, Jaswant Singh, Ajaib Singh, Kripal Singh, Bahadur Singh, Ramsharan Singh etc. were present on this occasion.

Sarwan Singh Pandher, general secretary of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee in Ferozepur, issued a statement saying that only after the cancellation of the Agriculture Act in Parliament, the law of MSP’s grant, the Pollution Act and the electricity research bill, the farmers’ agitation from the Delhi border will end. Apart from this, there are many other demands, which the central government will have to fulfill. Thousands of farmers will reach Delhi border from Punjab on November 26. From November 24, the batch of farmers will leave for Delhi from Amritsar.

Pandher said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has faith in power, BJP can do anything to get power. Just like these people have brought agricultural laws, return them. Farmers will wait for that process at the Delhi border. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to withdraw the agriculture law on the birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji to appease Punjabis. Had this announcement been made earlier, the lives of 700 farmers could have been saved.

Even though Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced the withdrawal of all three farming laws and appealed to the agitating farmers to return to their homes, the farmers will not return from Delhi yet. Rather, on November 25, thousands of farmers from Punjab will reach Delhi with huge convoys and demand a law on MSP. The announcement was made by State Secretary Darbara Singh Chhajla in a meeting of Bharatiya Kisan Union Ekta Ugrahan in Punjab’s Ugrahan village on Saturday.

Chhajla said that the farmers’ movement has completed one year and the farmers will return to their homes only after the constitutional process of repeal of laws is over and a law on MSP is made. Now the farmers have to work hard and this complete settlement will take at least three months. About twenty thousand farmers from Sangrur district will travel to Delhi. About 700 farmers have made sacrifices in this movement. The incident of Lakhimpur Kheri is an incident that crosses all limits of atrocities. Bahal Singh, Jaswant Singh, Ajaib Singh, Kripal Singh, Bahadur Singh, Ramsharan Singh etc. were present on this occasion.

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