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According to a BJP MP, The Centre hopes the Farmers’ Protest will come to end because “talks are almost complete”

Rajkumar Chahar, the president of the BJP Kisan Morcha and a member of Parliament, said that talks between the government and the farmers’ union are ongoing.

Rajkumar Chahar, the president of the Bharatiya Janata Party Kisan Morcha and a member of Parliament, said on Thursday that the central government is taking farmers’ demands seriously and that the agitation will end on Thursday. According to the Kisan Morcha President, the Centre has formed a committee and the laws have been repealed in response to the demands.

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Meanwhile, SKM leaders accepted the central government’s revised draught proposal on their pending demands on Thursday and decided to meet with officials after receiving a formal communication letterhead.

An amendment letter has also been sent to the farmers, according to Chahar

“Today, I believe the farmers’ strike will come to an end. The government and the farmers’ union are currently in talks. The discussions are nearly finished. I believe that all of the issues have been thoroughly discussed, and that the outcomes will be positive “He added this when speaking about the cancellation of the farmers’ FIR.

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farmers protest to end

Impact of farmers’ protests on UP polls

When asked about the impact of the farmers’ protest on the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections in 2022, he stated that the protest had no impact on the state and that the BJP would return to power with a large majority.

“There was no mention of the farmers’ protest in Uttar Pradesh. In Uttar Pradesh, the BJP has a stronghold. We have people from all walks of life with us. We will form a government with a huge majority once more “he stated

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Farmers’ demands are accepted by the centre

The Centre convened a meeting with farmers to put an end to the uproar, and the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha convened an emergency meeting in Delhi. According to sources, the SKM committee, which included Ashok Dhawale, Gurnam Singh Chaduni, Shiv Kumar Kaka, Yudhvir Singh, and Balbir Singh Rawal, met at the AIKS office. Farmers considered calling a halt to their protests if the Centre met their demands.

The SKM had formed a five-member panel to hold talks with the central government about farmers’ unmet demands, such as the withdrawal of criminal cases against them, a legal guarantee on MSP, and compensation for the families of farmers who died during the agitation.

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