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BKU chief’s proposal: suspend the laws until 2024 | India News


MUZAFFARNAGAR: One day after announcing that the farmers’ protest “will continue”, the head of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), Naresh Tikait, proposed on Saturday that the government He suspended the controversial agricultural laws until the end of his term and withdrew the FIRs registered against the protesters, Mohd Dilshad reports.
“Mainly, we want the laws to be followed. However, the government is inflexible. We are ready for a compromise where you neither win nor lose. As they already suggested not to implement the laws for 18 months, they can extend it until 2024. They should also withdraw the FIRs registered against the protesters, “Tikait told TOI.
He also justified his appeal during Friday’s mahapanchayat to farmers not to go to the Ghazipur site immediately. “It could have led to public order problems,” he said. On his brother Rakesh Tikait’s willingness not to put an end to the uproar on the Delhi-UP border, he said: “I will speak with him and with the leaders of Sanyukt Kisan Morcha. We will all discuss it. If the government agrees, then we can get the farmers to agree too. ”

Times of India