Farmers who have been demonstrating on the Delhi border for a year are still waiting for a verdict on the ‘ghar wapsi.’ According to a committee of five farmer leaders constituted to talk with the government, the government has yet to send a message to discuss the pressing demands. Farmers’ leaders expressed their dissatisfaction with the situation, claiming that the government isn’t serious about finding a solution.
Farmer leaders have stated that the movement’s next strategy will be prepared at the United Kisan Morcha conference on Tuesday. The strike will continue until the demands for the MSP Act, the return of cases, and recompense for the kin of farmers who have died are met. Home Minister Amit Shah promised to form a committee on MSP and dismiss the complaints against the protesters, according to committee member Yudhveer Singh.
On behalf of the United Kisan Morcha, it was also announced that the United Kisan Morcha had requested five names to constitute a committee to study the Minimum Support Price Act. Following the repeal of agricultural legislation, the United Kisan Morcha organised a committee of five leaders on Saturday to hold negotiations with the government about other demands.
On behalf of the federal government, informal consultations with agricultural representatives were held earlier. After the creation of a committee of agricultural leaders for formal talks, there was optimism that a solution would be found by December 7. However, the wait for the farmers to return home has grown much longer. Although, according to sources, there is still hope for talks with the government. A gathering of the United Kisan Morcha will take place on the Singhu border on Tuesday afternoon.
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