New Delhi: The Central Government has written a letter to farmers who are adamant on the minimum support price and compensation to the deceased farmers as well as several demands. This was recently informed by farmer leader Rakesh Tikait. In fact, today, Kisan Morcha President Rakesh Tikait told a website, "A letter has been received from the Central Government. However, Rakesh Tikait has not clarified what is in Chitti. Kisan Morcha will hold a press conference and give information about chitti. '
Let me tell all of you that earlier, the Central Government has approached some farmer leaders. On the other hand, a 5-member committee of farmers held an informal interaction with haryana government officials. During this period, withdrawal of 48,000 cases in Haryana was discussed. Let me tell you that this meeting between the farmer and the government took place in a secret place. At present, after discussing the letter received from the Central Government, the United Kisan Morcha will clear the stand ahead. It is being said that the Kisan United Front is going to hold a press conference soon on what is in Chitti.
Recently, farmer leaders had said that they now want a written assurance and do not trust informal dialogue. In view of their demand, it can be said that the Central Government may soon give a written assurance to the farmers on their demands. At the same time, the government is likely to issue letters to farmers on the return of cases against farmers in Haryana. Farmers say that after receiving a written assurance from the government, the farmers' committee will present the details of the talks before the United Kisan Morcha and then the farmers' organisations will decide on the withdrawal of the agitation.