New Delhi:A major decision on the last one-year farmers' agitation is yet to be taken today. A meeting of the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) has been convened on Saturday. The meeting will decide on the strategy ahead of the kisan movement. At the same time, it may be decided whether to end the farmers' movement or not. Ahead of the meeting, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that we have reached agreement on some issues. Delhi Police has also made elaborate security arrangements at the Singhu border ahead of the farmers' meeting.
Talking to media ahead of the meeting, Tikait said that how the agitation will go ahead will be discussed today. Yesterday, the farmers leaders of Haryana and CM Khattar agreed on the cases, but there is no discussion on compensation. He also said that today's meeting includes MSP, Ajay Mishra Teni, cases registered against farmers and compensation to farmers. This agitation will continue as long as the Government of India wants.
A number of major decisions will be taken at the proposed meeting of farmers leaders at Singhu border on Saturday. It will also decide on five names sought by the government to constitute committees on MSP and other issues. There will also be talks on the case slated for farmers, compensation to the families of farmers who lost their lives during the agitation. Meanwhile, Delhi Police has put up barricades on all roads coming to Delhi from the venue ahead of the farmers' leaders' meeting.