- The farmers are yet to withdraw the proposed daily tractor march to Parliament during the Winter Session
- The decision regarding the tractor rally will be taken in a meeting on Sunday
- Nearly, 500 farmers were scheduled to take part in a peaceful tractor march to the Parliament on every day of the winter session starting from November 29
On Saturday, the farmer leaders said that they were yet to withdraw the proposed daily tractor march to Parliament during the Winter Session. However, the decision regarding the same will be taken during a meeting on Sunday. “A final decision on the future course of the agitation and MSP issues will be taken in a meeting of the SKM at Singhu Border on Sunday,” Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) core committee member Darshan Pal said.
Previously, SKM had announced that 500 farmers will participate in a peaceful tractor march to the Parliament on every day of the winter session starting from November 29. However, after the announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday to repeal the farm laws, the farmers remain undecided on the tractor march. PM Modi announced that the three farm laws have been withdrawn by the Centre as it failed to explain the benefits of the legislation to the people.
Meanwhile, the decision has been welcomed by SKM. On the other hand, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ugrahan) President, Joginder Singh Ugrahan said that the tractor march has not yet been withdrawn. Farmer leader Sudesh Goyat was sceptical about the repeal of the three laws despite the announcement made by the Prime Minister.