- The Centre last week passed a bill in the Parliament to repeal the three farm laws
- The stalemate continues as farmers are demanding law on MSP, compensation, & withdrawal of cases
- SKM has threatened to intensify protest if farmers' pending demands are not fulfilled
Farmers' agitation on the borders of the national capital is likely to end soon as the Centre on Tuesday gave a written assurance on their demands. After a meeting in the evening, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is spear-heading the agitation, said that they will meet again on Wednesday as they have sought some clarifications from the government on its communication. The meeting is scheduled to be held at 2 pm. It is learnt that in the point-wise written assurance, the Centre has said that the Prime Minister and Agriculture Minister have already announced the formation of a committee consisting of representatives of the Centre, states, farmer organisations, and agriculture scientists on Minimum Support Price (MSP).