- The proposal sent by the Central Government to the United Kisan Morcha
- Cases against MSP, farmers are also mentioned in the proposal
- Morcha sought clarification from the central government on some points of the proposal
A decision can be taken today on withdrawing the farmers’ agitation for the demands related to agriculture. A proposal in this regard has been given by the Central Government to the United Kisan Morcha. Most of the demands of the farmers have been accepted in this proposal. However, clarification has been sought from the government on some points from the Morcha.
Discussion in the meeting of United Kisan Morcha
The farmers discussed the proposal of the government and some farmers have objected to it. After this, the United Kisan Morcha will hold a meeting at 2 pm today. A decision on ending the agitation will be taken only after getting an explanation from the government.
Big news about the farmers movement, the future strategy will be decided in the meeting of United Farmers Front today
five point proposal
The government has sent a proposal with five points to the United Kisan Morcha. It states that Prime Minister Modi himself and later the Agriculture Minister has announced the formation of a committee on MSP. Representatives of the Central Government, State Government and farmer organizations and agricultural scientists will be included in this committee. Apart from this, the government has said in the resolution that as far as the cases of farmers at the time of agitation are concerned, the Uttar Pradesh government and the Haryana government have fully agreed that the cases will be withdrawn immediately after withdrawing the agitation.
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Haryana, UP agree in principle on compensation
It has been said in the proposal of the Center that as far as compensation is concerned, for this also the Haryana and Uttar Pradesh governments have given in-principle consent. Apart from this, it has been further said on the proposal of the government that as far as the issue of stubble is concerned, the law passed by the Government of India has exempted the farmer from criminal liability in sections 14 and 15.