New Delhi: The United Kisan Morcha (SKM), which has been agitating on Delhi's borders for the past one year on the withdrawal of three agricultural laws and other issues, made a statement after a meeting held today. In this statement, he said, "An open letter will be written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in which the rest of the issues will be raised. In fact, today, farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal made a statement saying, "The agitation will continue as before. The next meeting of the United Kisan Morcha will be held on November 27 to discuss the strategy ahead.''
He said, "Prime Minister Modi's announcement to withdraw agricultural laws was discussed in the meeting. He further said, "The programmes already held by SKM will continue. Kisan Mahapanchayat will be held in Lucknow on 22nd November. On 26th November, a large number of farmers will gather at all the borders. The Parliament march of November 29 will remain the same''. He added, "If the government calls, we will go for discussion. The decision will be taken according to the situation that will arise by November 27. The announcement of the withdrawal of agricultural laws is the right step, we welcome it, but a lot remains to be done.''
What Prime Minister Modi had said last Friday, Prime Minister Modi had said, "Friends, our government had brought this law for the welfare of farmers in the interest of the agriculture world of the country, in the interest of the village, in the interest of the poor, with good intentions. But we could not explain such a sacred thing to some farmers in full of the interest of the farmers. Perhaps our penance was lacking. Even though a section of the farmers were opposing it. We tried to negotiate. The matter also went to the Supreme Court. We decided to withdraw the agricultural laws.''