New Delhi, 19/11:Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to withdraw three new agricultural laws. For the last one year, farmers in many parts of the country were opposing these laws. It was expected that with this announcement the farmers would withdraw their agitation. But Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait said his agitation would continue till the agricultural laws were repealed in Parliament. Let us inform that PM Modi has said that a bill will be brought in the upcoming session of Parliament to withdraw all the three laws.
Rakesh Tikait on Friday said that only after the controversial laws are repealed in Parliament, he will withdraw the ongoing agitation against the anti-agriculture laws. He also emphasized that the government should talk to the farmers on the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of crops and other issues as well.
MSP also to be discussedAfter Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the decision to repeal three new agricultural laws, the national spokesperson of BKU tweeted this. The farmers were protesting against these laws on the borders of Delhi since November last year. Tikait tweeted, ‘The movement will not return immediately, we will wait for the day when agricultural laws will be repealed in Parliament. Along with MSP, the government should also discuss other issues of farmers.