Farmers Protest Updates: Second round of talks between farmers and government today, Punjab CM to meet Shah


Many BJP leaders have told China and Pakistan’s hand behind these demonstrations, while many leaders have said that anti-social elements and piecemeal are involved.

The second day of talks between the farmers leaders and the central government will be held again today on the 8th day of the Kisan movement in the capital Delhi. Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will also meet Home Minister Amit Shah today and call upon the Home Minister to accept the demand of the farmers. If no consensus is formed in today’s meeting with the farmers and the meeting turns out to be inconclusive, then the problem may become more serious, because the farmers have threatened to jam and intensify the demonstrations and the borders of Delhi if their demands are not met. .

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The farmers demand that the government convenes a special session of Parliament and withdraws the new farm laws. Now the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) has also come out in support of the farmers. This union has been threatened by 95 lakh truck owners that before December 8, if the government does not accept the demands of the farmers, they will stop operations in North India and stop the freight. Meanwhile, farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have traveled to Delhi to intensify the protest in Delhi.

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Politics has also intensified regarding the peasant movement. In many BJP leaders, China and Pakistan have been said to be behind these demonstrations, while many leaders have said that anti-social elements and tukde tukde gang should be involved in this. Haryana Agriculture Minister JP Dalal said that China and Pakistan want to destabilize India in the name of farmers. Foreign forces are behind this movement. At the same time, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari called the piece of gang behind these demonstrations. He said that the crumbling gang wants to create an atmosphere like Shaheen Bagh in Delhi.

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These borders are closed

Noida-Delhi border, there is a gathering of farmers near Gautam Buddha Gate. People have been appealed to use NH-24 and DND to go to Noida instead of Noida Link Road. Apart from this, the Tikari border, Jharoda, Jhatikara border in Delhi have also been closed. The Badusarai border has been opened only for two-wheeler trains. Apart from this, the Indus border is also closed. As a precaution, many smaller borders including Lampur, Auchandi have also been closed. The protesting farmers say that the agricultural laws should be repealed and the government should talk on the minimum support price. Government should cancel this law as soon as possible, otherwise we will jam all the highways of Delhi.


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