Farmers’ protest LIVE: No agreement on Centre’s proposal, SKM to satisfy again tomorrow
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- Centre last week passed a costs in the Parliament to reverse the 3 farm laws
- The stalemate continues as farmers are requiring law on MSP, settlement, & & withdrawal of cases
- SKM has actually threatened to heighten demonstration if farmers’ pending needs are not satisfied
The Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Tuesday stated that a letter has actually been gotten from the Ministry of House Affairs (MHA) in which the latter has agreed to satisfy the pending needs of the farmers, sources told India TV. Significantly, the SKM is arranged to hold a meeting today at Delhi’s Singhu border to talk about whether to end the over-an-year- old agitation, to name a few issues. Repeating their demands from before the government revealed to rescind the laws, the SKM, an umbrella body of 40 farm unions, has been requiring legal backing for, to name a few, Minimum Assistance Rate (MSP), withdrawal of cases versus the farmers’ households since in 2015 and compensation to the farmers’ families that died in the last one year throughout agitation. It may be recalled that the government had actually connected to the farmers last month asking them to recommend 5 names for the committee. The government had reversed the 3 farm laws on November 29.
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