Kisan Aandolan: The deadlock between the central government and the farmers regarding the farm laws is not being named. The farmers are adamant on their demand for repeal of these three laws and they have rejected the proposal put forward by the government. On Wednesday, the government proposed to stop agricultural laws for a year and a half, but the farmers have rejected it. Between the two sides today 11th round meeting (Talk Between government and Farmers) is happening. Prior to the meeting, All India Kisan Sabha leader Balkaran Singh Brar and Punjab’s farmer leaders Baldev Singh and Lakhbir Singh spoke to NewsBust.
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The three leaders said, ‘In today’s meeting, we will inform the government of our decision to formally reject the proposal of the Agriculture Minister. We will demand that all the three laws be repealed and a new law should be enacted to provide for the legal guarantee of the Minimum Support Price (MSP). His information will also be kept in front of the government by the farmers organizations. We will also demand from the Agriculture Minister that on January 26, farmers should be provided a route to take out a tractor rally peacefully.
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Bharatiya Kisan Union (Asli) leader Chaudhary Harpal Singh said that on January 26, we will take out a tractor rally in all the districts of Uttar Pradesh along the Ring Road in Delhi. There will be protests all over UP He said that till the Government of India does not cancel all the three laws, whether it takes 6 months or a year, our opposition will continue. It is a cross-border battle.
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