New Delhi: The farmers’ protest against the three new agricultural laws of the Center continues today on the 51st day. In protest of the laws, farmers are still stuck on the borders near Delhi. To solve this problem, a ninth round meeting is going on between the farmers and the government at Vigyan Bhawan. Meanwhile, news is coming that farmers will not take out the proposed tractor rally on the occasion of Republic Day on 26th January. This rally has been canceled.
Farmers organization agreed
According to the information quoted by the sources, senior farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal has written a letter to all the farmer organizations making such an appeal, after which the organizations have agreed to this. It is being told that information about this matter has been formally given to the Modi government of the Center. However, so far no official statement has come from the farmers’ organization and the government on this issue.
Farmer leader gave such hints
Let me tell you that yesterday, on Friday, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Rajewal Group) leader Balbir Singh Rajewal made it clear in an open letter to the farmers that the tractor march will be only on the Haryana-New Delhi border. This march will not take place at the Red Fort. At the same time, Rakesh Tikait, the leader of BKU, had indicated the cancellation of the tractor rally. He said that he would take the decision according to the Supreme Court. Tikait had said that if SC says farmers will not hold a tractor rally.
Supreme Court gave this decision
Hearing on this issue, the Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of these three laws till further orders. Also, a committee has been formed to resolve the issue, but farmers are unhappy with the SC decision and have expressed their displeasure over it.