Bhatta women cancel march to Mulayam’s house
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A group of protesting women and villagers of Bhatta Parsaul on Friday cancelled their march to the residence of Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav at Delhi on Republic Day, following the intervention of a senior party leader. UP Agro Industrial Corporation Limited Chairman Narinder Bhati met the group of women, who were on hunger strike for the past six days outside the Collectorate, and assured them to withdraw all the cases against the farmers.
After Bhati's assurance, the protesters ended heir hunger strike and cancelled the march to Mulayam's Delhi residence.
Almost three months have passed since the UP government announced withdrawal of cases against farmers of Bhatta Parsaul, but the farmers claimed that they were still getting court notices.
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