After 15-Months Farmers to End Protest on 11 Dec 2021

Farmers protesting at the borders of Delhi have decided to end the stir against the now-repealed farm laws on December 11.

It has been 15 months since farmers have been protesting over the 3 farm laws. The farmer protests were  the biggest protests in the world. Even after the farm laws were repealed, the farmers had refused to end the stir until all their demands were met. 

These were their demands : 

Withdrawal of all protest-related cases against farmers.

Financial compensation to the families of farmers who died during protests. 

No case against farmers in cases of stubble burning.

They have demanded prior consultations with the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) before bringing the  Electricity Amendment Bill in Parliament.

They have demanded a committee to discuss minimum support price (MSP) with SKM representatives.

Continuation of the current MSP policy. 

Now the Central Government has accepted all these demands. This is why the farmers have decided to end the protest on 11th December. The farmers' unions performed a victory prayer at 5:30 pm yesterday and a victory march at Singhu and Tikri protest sites on Delhi's borders. Once the protest ends, farmers camping at Delhi's borders will go home and the roads will reopen.