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Farmers Protest Delhi Chalo Update; farmers decide to protest on the Singhu border. | The farmer said – the government put the condition of negotiation, this is not acceptable; Now we will sit on 5 paths for the siege of Delhi

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new DelhiA minute agoAuthor: Rahul Kotial

Farmer protests continue on the Delhi-Haryana border i.e. Singhu and Tikri border. Farmers’ organizations met on Sunday. After this, the farmers refused to go to Burari. He said that the government has placed a condition for talks, which is not acceptable to us. Along with this, the farmers warned that now Delhi will be sieged by staging five highways.

3 announcements of farmer organizations

1. Burari Open Jail, will not go there: Farmer leader Baldev Singh Sirsa said – The government had laid down the condition that we vacate the highway and go to Burari. The condition is outrageous. We will not go to Burari Maidan because it is an open prison. We also have proof of this. The farmers, headed by Tejinder Singh Virk of Uttarakhand, wanted to go to Jantar Mantar in Delhi. The Delhi administration and police cheated on him. He was not taken to Jantar Mantar and imprisoned in Burari Park.

Leaders of farmer organizations informing the media about the decisions after Sunday's meeting.

Leaders of farmer organizations informing the media about the decisions after Sunday’s meeting.

2. Delhi will be besieged by 5 points, preparing for a long battle

Sirsa said – instead of going to the open jail, we will jam the highway coming from Sonepat, seventy-two strongholds of Rohtak, Jaipur to Delhi highway, Mathura-Agra to Delhi highway, Ghaziabad and siege to Delhi. We will picket at point 5. We have made the tractor-trolley like a house to live in. We have so much ration that even if we have to sit on the road for 4 months, we will sit. We have come after long preparations.

3. No political party will give speech from our platform

The farmers said that we have formed a committee. This will conduct a sit-in demonstration at all five points. No political party is allowed to speak on stage. People of Congress, AAP or any political party will not speak as speakers on our stage. Apart from these, other organizations which will follow the rules of the Steering Committee will be allowed to speak.

Farmers' organizations protesting met through a meeting on the Singhu border and decided further strategies.

Farmers’ organizations protesting met through a meeting on the Singhu border and decided further strategies.

Burari will call his colleagues back

Along with this, the farmers also said that they would call back their colleagues in Burari. A group of farmers are already camping in Burari. Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah had said that farmers should gather at Burari Maidan. After this they will be talked. Farmers’ organizations have already said that they have come to encircle Delhi and not to surround Delhi.

Government again proposed to negotiate
Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla has called 32 farmer unions of Punjab for quick talks in Delhi’s Burari. He told that as soon as the farmers will shift to Burari, the next day the Government of India is ready for discussion between the farmers’ delegation and the ministers at Vigyan Bhavan. Earlier, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that the government is ready to talk to farmers even before December 3, the day fixed for talks.

Farmers present on the Delhi-Haryana border.

Farmers present on the Delhi-Haryana border.

Death of a protestor
An accident occurred in the convoy of farmers. An elderly sleeping in a car has died due to a fire in a car involved in the agitation late on Saturday. It is being told that the elderly farmer was a tractor mistry and was giving free service to the farmers involved in the movement. The deceased has been identified as 65-year-old tractor Mistry Janakraj. He was a resident of Dhanola village in Barnala district of Punjab.

The protestor died due to burning in this car.  He was sleeping in the car at the time of the incident.

The protestor died due to burning in this car. He was sleeping in the car at the time of the incident.

Security forces and police surrounded both sides

Security forces have surrounded both sides on the border. The new batch of farmers who have come with hundreds of tractors from Tarn Taran and Amritsar, are taking entry towards Delhi. Due to this, the police is now surrounded on both sides.

Strict security at the border
In view of the gathering of farmers, a large number of security forces are deployed on the Delhi-Haryana border. On Saturday evening, the agitators started tents on the highway. Simultaneously, farmers from Punjab, Haryana and UP also continued to visit.

CP CP Surendra Yadav of the Northern Range of Delhi told that the farmers are sitting in peace and are still cooperating. Our aim is to maintain law and order. Also, it is to be decided that the agitators should not face any problem.

Security forces have been deployed along the Delhi-Haryana border in view of the peasant movement.

Security forces have been deployed along the Delhi-Haryana border in view of the peasant movement.

Passengers from Delhi are upset

People moving from Delhi to other states are upset due to the farmers’ movement. They are not getting any means due to blockade and heavy security at the Delhi-Haryana border. Because of this, they have to go on foot.

The passersby are crossing the border due to blockade.

The passersby are crossing the border due to blockade.

‘Farmers were treated like terrorists’

The Shiv Sena has slammed the government for using the power to stop farmers. Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said that the way farmers have been prevented from entering Delhi, it seems as if they do not belong to this country. They have been treated like terrorists. They are Sikhs and come from Punjab-Haryana, hence they are being called Khalistani. This is an insult to the farmers.

Delhi government bid – talk to farmers unconditionally

On the farmers’ performance, Delhi Health Minister Satendra Jain said that the Central Government should talk unconditionally with the farmers. There should be no condition in this. The government should talk immediately. Farmers are our feeders. They should let them sit wherever they want. They have come several hundred km away from their homes, must see their troubles. They did not come here happily. They have the right to speak in a peaceful manner in a democracy.

UP Deputy CM said – Congress demonstrating farmers’ conspiracy

Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on Saturday appealed to the farmers to withdraw their protest. He said that this movement is nothing but a conspiracy hatched by the Congress. Being the son of a farmer, I want to tell the farmers of the country and Uttar Pradesh that the Congress is playing with your feelings.

Mini Punjab settled on the highway

Due to the farmer movement, the view of the highway has become like mini Punjab. Trolleys have been built by farmers. It is here that food is being prepared, here is a provision for bathing and washing clothes. There are anchors everywhere. The protesters are sitting on the dharna. The cooks are cooking. All have different responsibilities.

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