Anna Hazare calls off proposed hunger strike, central schedule to hear his demands
Anna Hazare calls off proposed hunger strike, central schedule to hear his demands

Maharashtra: Social activist Anna Hazare has recently made up his mind not to go on a hunger strike. Actually, he had decided to sit on a hunger strike from January 30, but now he has withdrawn this decision. Recently he has also said that 'I have been assured, so I have decided to postpone the fast.' The central government has decided to form a committee of 6 members in the matter and Anna will also be a part of it. However, before this, Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary and former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis reached Ralegan Siddhi on Friday to celebrate Anna Hazare. There were about 4 hours of conversation between all of them.

After this meeting, Anna said, 'I have been raising the issues of farmers for three years. The farmer is forced to commit suicide because he does not get the money for his cost. I want the government to implement the recommendations of the MSP and the Swaminathan Commission at the earliest. Along with this, he also said, 'I hope to solve the problem soon, so I am postponing the agitation on Saturday (30 January)'.

However, earlier, Anna had announced to sit on fast unto death in the Yadav Baba temple of Ralegan Siddhi. Also, BJP leader and former minister Girish Mahajan talked to Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and a draft was given to Anna on Thursday. In such a situation, Anna will send the loopholes in it to the Agriculture Minister.

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