After a meeting of agricultural unions, SKM said that if it received a formal communication from the government authorizing its demands by Thursday noon, it is likely that “the agitation will be canceled or temporarily suspended”.
SAMYUKTA Kisan Morcha (SKM) will meet at noon Thursday at Delhi’s Singhu border to make a “formal decision” to lift a year-long protest against farm laws after 32 unions within it agreed to a revised government bill, including the unconditional withdrawal of all police files lodged against demonstrators during the unrest.
In Wednesday’s revised proposal, the government said that in light of the concessions offered, there was no justification for continuing the unrest and called on the unions to quash them.
At a meeting of agricultural unions, SKM said if it receives a formal communication from the government authorizing its demands by noon Thursday, it is likely that “the agitation will be canceled or temporarily suspended.” , SKM “accepts” Center’s proposal on claims Under the amended proposal, the Center will also appeal to other states to withdraw all complaints against protesters during the unrest.
Sources told The Indian Express that the governments of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana – all BJPruled states – have agreed to simultaneously withdraw all the complaints. filed against the demonstrators with immediate effect.
All complaints filed against protesters and their supporters in Delhi and by several central agencies, such as the NIA and ED, will also be withdrawn, according to sources. Union leader Bharatiya Kisan (BKU) said: “The government has agreed to withdraw all business… The unrest is heading for success.