Live Updates- Will it be done today? A team of farmers reached Vigyan Bhawan for the Meeting-Farmers are frozen on the Delhi border against the agricultural laws of the Center. Today, the 5th round of talks will be held between the farmers and the government. Meanwhile, farmer organizations have announced to burn the effigy of the Prime Minister. Also on 8 December, India has called for a shutdown.
Farmers have also frozen on the Delhi border for the 10th day against the agricultural laws of the Center. Today, the 5th round of talks will be held between the farmers and the government. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Railway and Minister Piyush Goyal have arrived to talk to Vigyan Bhavan. In Vigyan Bhawan, 40 representatives of farmer organizations are present for talks. Before the meeting, Narendra Tomar hoped that I am very hopeful that the farmers will think positively and end their agitation.
Live Updates- Will It Be Done Today? A Team Of Farmers Reached Vigyan Bhawan For The Meeting
Earlier, on Saturday morning, Home Minister Amit Shah visited Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of farmers. This big meeting took place before the fifth round of meeting with farmer organizations. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar were also present in this meeting. Union Minister Piyush Goyal also came to attend the meeting. After this, PM Modi and Amit Shah met again.
Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary said that in today’s meeting with the Center, the doubts of farmers will be removed. In recent meetings, some issues were clarified. This is the politics of opposition, they are provoking further protests. The meeting will be fruitful and we hope that the farmers will withdraw the protest. A team of farmers has reached Vigyan Bhavan for talks with the central government.
Meanwhile, the farmer representative reached Vigyan Bhavan to hold a fifth round of talks with the central government on farmer laws. Harsulinder Singh of Doaba Kisan Sangharsh Samiti said that we want the government to withdraw the new agricultural laws. We will not accept the government’s proposal to amend the laws. At the same time, the state head of Azad Kisan Sangharsh Samiti, Punjab, Harjinder Singh Tanda said that we want a complete rollback of the laws. If the government does not accept our demand then we will continue our agitation.
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Protests of farmers are continuing on the border against agricultural laws. One protester said, “The government is giving dates repeatedly, all the organizations have unanimously decided that today is the last day of talks. Kisan United Front chief Rampal Singh said that today will come through a fight across, There will not be a meeting every day. There will be nothing else in the meeting today, only the matter will be there to repeal the laws.
Kisan Mahapanchayat leader Rampal Jat said that the government should declare the withdrawal of three black laws and give it in writing that the MSP will continue. If today’s talks do not yield any positive results, the farmers of Rajasthan will march towards Delhi with NH-8 and encamp at Jantar Mantar.
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Meanwhile, farmer organizations have announced to burn the effigy of the Prime Minister. Also on 8 December, India has called for a shutdown. The farmers are protesting at the Chilla Border (Delhi-Noida Link Road). A farmer said that if no result is found in the talks with the government today, then he will surround the Parliament. Farmers on the borders of Delhi are against the agricultural laws for the last nine days and their 10th day of protest. All the issues have been discussed with the Central Government twice. But no concrete results have been revealed so far.
Farmers are adamant on the demand for withdrawal of agricultural laws, and want a solid faith in the minimum support price (MSP). At the same time, the central government is not accepting the withdrawal of laws, but there are some demands of farmers on which the government seems to be agreeable. Meanwhile, Congress leader Ajay Kumar Lallu reached Ghazipur border. UP Congress president Ajay Kumar Lallu reached the Ghazipur border in the morning among the protesting farmers in support of the farmers.
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Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi has targeted PM Modi on the issue of farmers. Rahul Gandhi said that the farmer of Bihar is in great trouble without MSP-APMC and now the PM has pushed the entire country into this well. In such a situation, it is our duty to support the provider of the country.
Advisory of Delhi Traffic Police
Singhu, Auchandi, Lampur, Piao Maniyari, Mangesh border are closed. NH 44 is closed on both sides. The traffic police has requested that passengers choose an alternative route. Traffic police said that passengers choose alternate routes via Safiabad, Saboli, NH 8. Bhopra, Apsara Seema, Peripheral Express. The Jhatikara border is open for two wheeler traffic only. One can reach Haryana via Dhansa, Daurala, Kapashera, Rajokhari NH 8, Bijwasan / Bajghera, Palam Vihar and Dundahera border.