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It ended after 378 days on the Delhi border on 9 December.
The meeting of the United Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is leading the successful farmers’ movement in Delhi, is being held today. In this, while ending the movement, there will be a discussion regarding the consent made by the central government on the demands. The biggest demand was to form a committee for legal guarantee on MSP. It is not formed yet. Apart from this, the cases registered at different places including Punjab, Haryana, UP, Chandigarh, Delhi were also not returned. Apart from this, important decisions will be taken regarding 22 farmers’ organizations of Punjab, which have now jumped into the election fray in Punjab.
The movement ended on the consent of these demands
Consent was made in Firozpur, but PM stalled after security lapse
Union Minister Gajendra Shekhawat had a meeting with farmer leaders before PM Narendra Modi’s rally in Ferozepur on January 5. It was agreed that the MSP committee would be formed by January 15. Cases will be withdrawn by January 30. On March 15, PM Modi will meet farmer leaders at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. However, due to the farmers blocking the highway, they had to return to Delhi without addressing the PM. After which this agreement also stalled.
Rajewal will be out of the front
Balbir Rajewal, who was a big face of the movement, will be out of SKM. The reason for this is his contesting elections. Rajewal is leading 22 farmers’ organizations contesting elections in Punjab. He is also the CM face of farmers. Rajewal was also included in the name sent to the Center for the MSP committee, but now he will not be kept in it.