Farmers Protests may end Today as Centre Agrees to all Demands

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New Delhi: There are strong reports that the Farmers Protests will end today. THE SAMYUKTA Kisan Morcha (SKM) will meet today at 2 PM at the Singhu border, Delhi to take a “formal decision” on ending the year-long protest against the farm laws. The decision is almost certain as 32 unions under SKM have accepted a revised draft proposal from the Government. Including rollback and withdrawal of cases registered by state police and formation of the MSP Committee.

As per the media reports, the Centre proposes that it will appeal to other states to withdraw all cases lodged against protesters during the agitation. Primarily, the governments of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana and all other BJP ruled states will surely withdraw the cases lodged.
Rakesh Tikait of BKU on the central draft said, “The Government has agreed to withdraw all the cases. The agitation is heading towards success.” Gurnam Singh Chaduni said the Government has “moved two steps forward”. “A consensus has been reached among SKM regarding the revised draft proposal sent by the Government. There is an agreement on demands. As of now, we have not taken a decision to end the protests.”

All the points will be discussed today in the meeting.

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