Farmers on the Tikari border started building permanent bases with brick and mortar; Tractors will be out on March 7, not tomorrow | Farmers started building permanent shelters on brick borders; Tractors will be out on March 7, not tomorrow » India News
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Farmers on the Tikari border started building permanent bases with brick and mortar; Tractors will be out on March 7, not tomorrow | Farmers started building permanent shelters on brick borders; Tractors will be out on March 7, not tomorrow

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Farmers’ tents had fallen in the rains that took place in the past. After this, the farmers worshiped the land on the ticker border on Tuesday and then started building a permanent hideout.

Tuesday is the 41st day of the farmers’ agitation against the new agricultural laws. On Monday, the 8th round of talks between the farmers and the Center were also inconclusive. Recently, there seems to be no way out, in the meantime farmers have started making permanent bases with brick and mortar at the ticker border. Farmers’ tents had fallen due to the recent rains. Due to this, the agitating farmers had to face trouble.

The agitating farmers are also permanently building offices in the middle of the road. Construction work is going on quite fast. Farmers said that the social media office running in the tent had collapsed due to rain. That is why he is building a permanent office.

Now farmers are preparing to bring cow-buffalo

The government kept repeating the change in laws in the 4-hour meeting on Monday. The farmers were adamant on returning the law. The next meeting is scheduled for January 8. Earlier, farmer organizations have decided to carry out tractor marches from Sindhu to Tikri, Tikri to Shahjahanpur, Ghazipur to Palwal and Palwal to Ghazipur on 7 January. Previously, it was to be March 6, that is, tomorrow. The farmers have made it clear that there is no return of law or no return of home.

Permanent residences have started to be built for long confrontations. Ration-water and milk are also being strengthened. Farmers have planned to bring cow-buffalo to the movement site for milk. They say they have to go far to fetch milk. It takes a lot of time and financial loss. Now here, we will bring milk and cows and supply milk.

Who said what in the conversation with the government?
In the talks held on Monday, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar asked the farmer leaders what are the problems with the MSP. Farmer leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni said – Government should guarantee MSP of all crops. The Agriculture Minister said – We are ready, you point out. We have to do our homework. The farmer leader said on this – 8 rounds have been discussed and how much time is needed. After the meeting was over, the Agriculture Minister said that the clap rings with both hands.

Minister of State for Commerce spoke to some farmers in private
Besides Agriculture Minister, the meeting was also attended by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce Som Prakash. After discussing the MSP, the farmers raised the demand to repeal the law. Tomar said – Let’s make a committee. Farmers said – no committee will be formed, cancel the law. Som Prakash took some leaders to shore and spoke. On which another farmer leader said, cancel the law. After this, Tomar said that there are many organizations and farmers in support of the law. We cannot cancel them just by listening to you.

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