- Farmer leader said, the people of the committee are in support of the laws
- In any case, will not go before the committee constituted of SC
- Said the tractor march of 26 January will be completely peaceful
Kisan Aandolan: The eighth round of talks between the farmers and the central government opposing the agricultural laws will be held on January 15. However, before this conversation, the Supreme Court intervened in the case Regarding agricultural laws A committee has been formed to discuss the doubts of the farmers. Regarding the talks with the Kal government, farmer leader Darshan Pal said that we will go for talks with the government tomorrow. He said that yesterday’s date was fixed in the last meeting itself, but if the government asks us to go before the committee, we will not go. Darshan Pal said that the people of the committee are in support of the laws, in which case we will not go before the committee under any circumstances.
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Regarding the tractor march of farmers on 26 January, they said that we have said that our tractor march will be completely peaceful. We will not march tractors at Red Fort or Rajpath. Those who are saying that they will go to the Red Fort are not part of the movement. We will definitely do a tractor march in Delhi. He said that we will decide the full route for tractor march.
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What will be the strategy for the farmers’ movement, Dr. Darshan Pal said that we have already suffered. More people will come here after 26 January. We will go further in every state and add more people. We are in no hurry. He insisted that we will cancel all the three laws. Significantly, in an effort to find a solution to the situation arising out of the farmers’ movement (Kisan Aandolan), the Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of the three controversial laws and constituted a committee to listen to the doubts and grievances of the farmers.
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