With no fresh incident of violence, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday called off his fast, declaring that peace has returned to the State.
The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has vowed to stand in support of the chief minister.
On Saturday night, Chouhan met the family members of the farmers killed in a police firing.
The chief minister also sought to put the blame of the violence on anti-social elements for provoking people.
Earlier, Chouhan had said he lived for the state's people and the farmers and would also die for them.
AAP leaders Ashutosh, Sanjay Singh, Bhagwant Mann, Sadhu Singh and Somnath Bharti reached Indore in the afternoon on their way to the tense Mandsaur.
After the protests, the CM went on a fast for "peace" and promised justice.Читайте также: Rob Kardashian spends Father's Day with Dream
"The state government has taken many important decisions in the past years". The Opposition has never done anything for the farmers yet and will never do. At this, Singh and Nath protested, saying they wanted to go there to restore peace but were being stopped. On 7 June, six farmers had died after police opened fire at farmers protesting in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh.
Fadnavis, who had earlier accused the Congress and NCP of igniting the farmers' stir for political gains and refused to talks, relented after protesting farmers gave a deadline till June 12 for the government to meet their demand.
The move came after various farmer organisations in Rajasthan and Punjab threatened to launch agitation if their various demands were not met. We haven't seen any chief minister keeping a fast for poor farmers. Meanwhile the situation in Mandsour is totally normal and curfew has been lifted from Mandsaur town.
Chouhan, who had launched his fast on Saturday to seek restoration of peace in the state, chose to break it because "no further cases of violence were reported" in the last two days.
He said it is reprehensible that the CM is now expecting the aggrieved farmers to come to Bhopal and meet him. She said that the cops had forcibly entered her house while chasing down the protesters from a farmers' rally on Friday at Phanda Kalan village near Sehore.
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