The bill has been listed for introduction and passage in Lok Sabha on the first day of the Winter Session of Parliament on Monday.
Centre agrees to farmers demand of decriminalising stubble burning, says Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar
With regard to withdrawal of cases against farmers during the agitation, Tomar said this is in the domain of the state governments.
The decision to suspend the march comes two days ahead of the commencement of the Winter Session of Parliament.
Last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the Centre will bring necessary bills in the winter session of Parliament beginning later this month to repeal the farm laws.
In the last 12 months, several of them left the protest site to be with their families or to get back to work and most of them joined the protests in alternate batches.
As the prime minister has announced readiness to repeal the laws, farmers' unions celebrated the occasion while resolving to continue the struggle till their remaining demands are accepted.
Massive influx of farmers and supporters at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur as agitation against Centre’s agriculture laws completes one year
While the farmers await the repealing of the farm laws by Parliament to go home, the local kids, who have been getting full meals three times a day for almost a year, don’t want them to leave.
With hundreds of protesters thronging at Singhu border, many street vendors also flocked there hoping for more business.
When the protest erupted, she moved to Singhu, and has not visited the house for nearly one year.
That he is happy could be gauged by his smile and the gestures he made to his mother, Harpreet Kaur, 45.
The Delhi Assembly also passed a resolution seeking repeal of the three farm laws, compensation to families of over 700 farmers who died during the protests and legal guarantee of MSP.
The attendees included businessmen, professionals, lawyers, teachers, among others, belonging to families of farmers.
The Delhi Assembly on Friday passed a resolution seeking repeal of the three farm laws, compensation to families of over 700 farmers who died during protests.
Many of them brought along vegetables, sacks of flour and lentils, spices and cooking oil on their tractor-trollies, saying they have come prepared for a long haul.