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Now there is no subject left, the laws have been removed: Tomar

Farmers’ organisations have released the names of individuals who died as a result of the farmers’ movement, but Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has remained silent on the subject. Narendra Singh Tomar, who arrived in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, said nothing about the identities of those who had been sent for compensation. During this period, he did say, however, that the agricultural reform laws affecting farmers had been dropped. In addition, a committee has been formed to address the MSP and other farmer demands. There is no longer any discussion subject.

During this time, the Agriculture Minister urged farmers to resume normal operations. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar had arrived in Gwalior on a one-day visit, during which he met with the media, before departing for Delhi today after attending a private programme.

Farmers will not stop protesting

Farmers will not stop protesting until all of their demands are granted. The United Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is driving the campaign, made this decision during a meeting held on Saturday at the protest site near the Singhu border crossing with Delhi. In addition, Balbir Singh Rajewal, Gurnam Chadhuni, Yudhveer Singh, Shivkumar Kakka, and Ashok Dhawale have been added to a five-member group for further strategy and talks with the central government.

The central government was given two days’ notice

According to the United Kisan Morcha, the central government was granted two days during the conference to take up the cases filed against farmers, to clarify the situation regarding the Minimum Support Price Act’s guarantee, compensation, and other demands. The Front will meet again on December 7, according to the SKM. A list of 702 farmers who died during the farmers’ movement was handed to the Center, along with a demand for compensation for their families. Let us remind you that in Parliament, Narendra Singh Tomar stated that he had no information regarding the persons who perished in the movement.

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