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File photo of farmers engaged in the ongoing struggle on the Delhi border.
The farmers’ struggle will continue on the Delhi border. But what will be its next strategy, it is being considered by the farmers. Farmers organizations have called a meeting in the afternoon. According to farmer leader Jagjit Singh Bahram, the meeting will be held at 2 pm. After the meeting, farmer organizations can hold a press conference or a press statement will be issued. Therefore, now all eyes are on the meeting to be held in the afternoon.
A decision has to be taken in the meeting as to how he will run the struggle. The call for tractor march to Parliament given by the United Kisan Morcha is also to be considered today. Is this tractor to be marched or will it be postponed. Because different unions still have their own opinion on this. Discussion will also be held on how to present your side before the government and the demand to bring MSP in the form of a bill and abolish the electricity research bill.
Front has already announced to continue the struggle
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to repeal agricultural laws. But farmers say that with this they had two more demands, in which to bring MSP as a law and repeal the Electricity Amendment Act. Till these two demands are not met, he will continue his struggle. The farmer leaders have even said that they do not have faith in the Prime Minister, so they will not move from the borders of Delhi until this bill is repealed in Parliament.
Struggle going on for 14 months, farmers on the border for 1 year
The struggle of the farmers against the agricultural laws is going on for 14 months and the farmers are sitting on the border of Delhi for 1 year. Now that there are assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, a big decision has been taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But despite this, the farmers are not ready to move from here. This is the reason that even after the decision of the Prime Minister, the situation has not changed and the BJP leaders are being worried.