Modi government accepts 5 out of 15 demands of farmers, agitation ended

Sep 22 2019 09:55 AM
Modi government accepts 5 out of 15 demands of farmers, agitation ended

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Kisan Sangathan has placed 15-point demands before the government, terming the Modi government of the Center and the Yogi government of UP responsible for the agricultural sector and the decaying of the farmers. In this episode, the Modi government has accepted 5 of the 15 demands of the farmers' organization, who went on a Delhi foot march from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday.

Along with this, the farmers have announced to end the movement. An 11-member delegation of farmers who reached Delhi had placed their demands before the officials of the Ministry of Agriculture. However, they say they will picket again if full demands are not met. Significantly, they were supposed to protest at the Kisan Ghat, but the administration did not allow them to enter the capital. He was stopped at the border. They sat on the dharna.

Due to the farmers march, heavy jams were seen on many roads of Delhi. The ITO to Deendayal Upadhyay Marg was closed for traffic on both sides. Traffic was disrupted on the route coming from Nizamuddin from UP Gate of Ghazipur border. The officials then assured the delegation of farmers that they would be given a chance to meet PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

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