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The agitation of farmers along the Delhi-Haryana border in protest against the agricultural laws continues for the 7th day on Wednesday. The farmers held a press conference at around 5.15 pm. Darshan Pal, president of the Revolutionary Farmers Union, said that the government should convene a special session of Parliament to abolish the laws. He said that on December 5, demonstrations will be held across the country against the Modi government and corporate houses.

Bharatiya Kisan Union president Swaraj Singh said, ‘We are not sitting on the road. The administration has blocked our way by standing barricades and jawans and that is why we stopped here. This place looks like a temporary prison to us and detaining us is like an arrest. We will go straight to Delhi as soon as we leave here.

Tomar and Goyal update Shah
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, who failed to convince the farmers on Tuesday, met Home Minister Amit Shah at their house today. The two ministers gave an update to Shah on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, the 3-hour-long talks of 35 farmer organizations with the government were inconclusive. Apart from Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce Somprakash were present in the meeting. In the meeting, the government kept presenting the laws and counting the benefits, but the farmers remained adamant on the demand to withdraw the three laws. He has said so much that we will achieve anything, whether it is a bullet or a peaceful solution. The farmers called the agricultural laws a death warrant.

Dainik Bhaskar took questions from the farmers and asked the Agriculture Minister, what did the answers read here

When the tea came, the farmers said – Come to the protest site, Jalebi will feed
3:45 pm : Meeting of farmers and government started. At 4 o’clock, tea was offered to the farmer leaders by the government, but they said that not tea, fulfill our demands. Come to the picket site, we will feed you Jalebi.

4.15 pm : The Agriculture Minister asked the objections from the farmers. Farmer leader Dr. Darshan Pal demanded the repeal of the three laws and the guarantee of MSP. On this, Piyush Goyal said that we have prepared a PPT on the three bills and the MSP, they will see, then we will talk further.

5.15 pm : Union Minister of State Somprakash said that these three laws are for the benefit of farmers. Farmers said that our land will be taken over by big corporates. Do not bring corporate into law. These laws are death warrants for farmers.

6.45 pm : Farmer leaders said that the movement will continue until a decision is made. After this Tomar said that he will meet again on December 3.

Farmers are worried that the new laws may end the system of minimum support price (MSP). The farmers of Punjab and Haryana are also opposing these three new laws because the report of a committee of the Central Government shows that only 6% of the farmers of the country take advantage of MSP, among them, the maximum number of farmers of these two states. Occur.

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Akali Dal’s charge – Government wants to make farmers tired
The Shiromani Akali Dal, which parted ways with the NDA in protest against the agricultural bills, blamed the government for not keeping talks with the farmers. The Akali Dal said that the government is prolonging the talks so that the farmers get tired.

Updates

  • In Punjab, the police fired water canons on the workers of Punjab Youth Congress, who were protesting outside the house of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. Many activists were later detained. Youth Congress workers were demanding that Khattar apologize for using force against farmers.
  • For the success of the peasant movement, the leaders of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Tikait) performed a havan at the Ghazipur border.
  • Farmers deposited on the Delhi-UP border (Ghazipur-Ghaziabad) pushed barricades and removed it this morning.
Farmers removing barricades at Ghazipur-Ghaziabad border.

Farmers removing barricades at Ghazipur-Ghaziabad border.

  • The police has completely closed the Tikori border of Delhi-Haryana as well as Jharoda and Jhatikara border today. Only two-wheeler movement is permitted from Badusarai border.
70-year-old Santokh Singh Singhu is involved in the ongoing demonstration on the border.  He was injured due to tear gas shell.

70-year-old Santokh Singh Singhu is involved in the ongoing demonstration on the border. He was injured due to tear gas shell.

  • Police also closed the Chilla Border located on Noida Link Road on Wednesday morning. This decision was taken in view of the demonstration of farmers at Gautam Buddha Gate. Later, the Delhi-Noida border was opened at around 3 pm.
  • In view of the farmers’ agitation, the Northern Railway has canceled the Ajmer-Amritsar Express Special Train (09613) today. Amritsar-Ajmer Express Special Train (09612) and Amritsar-Dibrugarh Special Train (05212) will remain canceled on Thursday. Bhatinda-Varanasi Express Special Train (04998/04997) will be canceled till further orders.
  • Nanded-Amritsar Express (02715) will run till Delhi today and Bandra-Amritsar Express (02925) to Chandigarh. The routes of Amritsar-Jayanagar Express (04650/74) and Durg-Jammu Tawi (08215) Express have been diverted.
  • Farmers’ organizations in Maharashtra, supporting the movement, have said that the government should address concerns related to agricultural laws by December 3. If this does not happen, they will travel to Delhi.

Flour, rice and ghee being given from house to house in Punjab for the movement
A hungry belly cannot fight a war. No one knows this better than the farmers of Punjab. For two months, Punjab and now for seven days, farmers who have been lying on the Delhi border do not have any problem of eating, for this every farmer family in Punjab is contributing. Most of the pucca dharnas in Punjab have been converted into collection centers these days. Where 70-year-old women are reaching out to the women by carrying bags of flour, rice, pulses on their heads. Flour, pulses, ghee, fruits, vegetables and milk etc. are being transported first from every house to the collection center and then to Delhi.

Farmer groups have formed teams in villages to ensure that the supply chain of ration is not broken till Delhi. Even before traveling to Delhi, the farmer groups had made it clear that on November 26-27, they would take four months’ rations with them. Everyday goods are being collected from the villages and transported to the picket as per requirement. Farmers are reaching their level with goods.

Elder reached collection center with 20 kg pickle
In Ropar, donations of 2 lakhs were collected from the people and goods were sent to the farmers. At the same time, the elderly lady who reached the collection center carrying 20 kg pickle box said that she will continue to deliver the goods even further.

A truck filled with food was sent from Hoshiarpur
Apart from food items, clothes, blankets, disposals are being sent from the village Rajpur Bhaiyan of Hoshiarpur. The villagers say that as long as the movement goes, there will be no shortage of anything.

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