Ghazipur. An announcement was made to end the long-standing farmers’ movement on Thursday. Considering the demands of the farmers on behalf of the government, a decision was taken in their favor, due to which the farmers have now taken this decision. But the leaders sitting on the Ghazipur border say that the farmers will move from this place later. For this, the time will be fixed on December 11, till then the Ghazipur border will not open.
Significantly, after 381 days, the farmers have announced to remove their tents from Ghazipur. Darshan Pal Singh, leader of United Kisan Morcha has given this information.
The farmers sitting on the borders of Delhi will start returning home from all other places including the Indus and Ghazipur border from December 11 after the announcement of the end of the agitation. After returning from the border, on December 13, the farmers will also perform Ardas at the Golden Temple in Amritsar and then reach their respective homes. It is noteworthy that on the proposal given by the government, the in-principle consent of the farmers had already been made. The decision was taken after a long discussion on this on Thursday. Many representatives of the farmers’ organization had participated in this dialogue.
Farmers will also move away from all toll plazas in Punjab. The dharna at the toll plaza will be removed on December 15. In such a situation, it is believed that after the 15th, toll tax will start on the roads of Punjab. According to reports, farmers have started removing tents and langar from the border.
According to Balbir Singh Rajewal, representative of United Kisan Morcha, a review meeting is to be held on January 15. In this meeting, it will be considered that what was achieved by the movement and how many demands were accepted by the government. According to other representatives associated with the farmers’ movement, farmers will continue to review from time to time. If the government breaks the promise, then again the farmers will come out on the streets.