Sonipat, 21/11:After the announcement of PM Narendra Modi to withdraw the agricultural reform laws, a meeting of the United Kisan Morcha was held on Sunday. After the meeting, Balbir Singh Rajewal, leader of the United Kisan Morcha, said that the law was discussed in the meeting. Some decisions have been taken in the meeting. The predetermined programs will continue to run. On November 27, there will be a meeting of the United Farmers’ Front again. An open letter will be written to the PM on whatever demands are left.
Today SKM meeting lasted for about three hours at Singhu border. Balbir Singh Rajewal, who was presiding the meeting, held a press conference and put forward the decisions taken in the meeting. Balbir Singh Rajewal said that in the meeting today there was a discussion on PM Modi’s withdrawal of agriculture law. SKM has made a strategy ahead. Under which we will write an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in which MSP, electricity amendment bill, cases filed against farmers and the death of farmers on farmers’ agitation will be asked what decisions they will take.
After the meeting, Rajewal said that we have decided in the meeting that the programs which were decided earlier by the United Kisan Morcha will continue even further. There will be a meeting of the United Kisan Morcha again on the 27th. A letter will be written to the Prime Minister regarding the remaining demands. He said that on November 29, there would be a tractor march till Parliament. At the same time, we will write an open letter to the government regarding the stubble law, electricity bill, MSP law.
Let us tell you that despite the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to withdraw the Agricultural Reform Act, the farmers’ organizations will continue the demonstration. The United Kisan Morcha held a meeting on Sunday and decided that the programs that had been set earlier for the movement would continue. On November 22, the Mahapanchayat in Lucknow, on November 26, on the completion of one year of the movement, crowds will be increased on all fronts and Parliament will be marched on November 29 when the winter session of Parliament begins.