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Monday, 29 November 2021 8.21 AM IST

Centre expedites process of repealing farm laws, farmers to continue strike

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NEW DELHI: The central government has expedited the process of repealing the controversial farm laws. It is reported that the union cabinet will approve the bills repealing the rules this week itself. The Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Food and Public Distribution are in the final stages of preparing the bills. The central move is to repeal the controversial farm laws by presenting them in the winter session after the bills are approved by the cabinet.

The Prime Minister announced that he was withdrawing the controversial farm laws last Friday. The Prime Minister's unexpected announcement comes a year after farmers' protests against the law. The Prime Minister apologized to the country and requested the protesting farmers in the capital to return. However, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha said they will go ahead with the strike. They decided to continue the strike until the laws are repealed in Parliament. The decision was taken at the meeting of the Joint Kisan Morcha to discuss the Prime Minister's announcement. The meeting also decided to write an open letter to the Prime Minister pointing the problems of the farmers. This letter will be released in the coming days. The meeting will resume again on November 27. The reply to the letter will be evaluated at this meeting. The meeting will also decide how to proceed with the ensuing strike.

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