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The movement will not end even after PM Modi’s decision on agricultural laws, Rakesh Tikait told the next plan

Rakesh Tikait has told whether the farmers’ movement will end now or not.

Farm Laws Repeal: PM Modi has announced to withdraw the Agriculture Act. Farmers’ movement going on for a long time (Kisan Andolan) What will happen now? agricultural laws (Farm Laws) What will the farmers do next after the return, now its decision has also been taken. According to the information, the agitating farmers will hold a meeting on Saturday i.e. November 20, but before that Rakesh Tikait has said that the farmers’ movement (Farmers Protest) Will not return immediately. The agitation will not be withdrawn until the laws are withdrawn in Parliament.Also Read – Farm Laws Repealed: Congress said, pride has been broken, the farmer of my country has won

Rakesh Tikait (Rakesh Tikait) tweeted that the agitation will not be withdrawn immediately, we will wait for the day when agricultural laws will be repealed in Parliament. Along with MSP, the government should also discuss other issues of farmers. Also Read – PM Modi Address: Big announcement of PM Modi, decision to repeal all 3 agricultural laws; Key Highlights

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It is being told that now the farmers’ organizations will sit on Saturday and make further strategy. Farmers’ organizations have decided to withdraw agricultural laws. PM Modi has announced to withdraw the Agriculture Act today itself. After this, there has been a stir between the farmers and the movement.

The farmers said that they are happy. Farmers have won. After the verdict, the farmers raised slogans of ‘Kisan Ekta Zindabad’. Let us tell you that the farmers were agitating on the borders of Delhi for the last one year. The farmers were adamant on the demand to withdraw the agricultural laws. There were several rounds of talks between the farmers and the central government, but each time the talks were unsuccessful. Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait had asked to intensify the agitation afresh after November 26. Even before this, it was announced to repeal agricultural laws.


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