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Akali Dal leader Parkash Singh Badal received the Padma Vibhushan in 2015.

Today is the eighth day of the farmers’ agitation on the Delhi-Haryana border in protest against agricultural laws. The farmers are also in talks with the government. Meanwhile, former Punjab CM and Akali Dal leader Prakash Singh Badal (92) has returned the Padma Vibhushan in support of the farmers. Badal received this award in 2015. Badal’s party, the Shiromani Akali Dal, had been with the NDA for 22 years, but broke away from the coalition in September to protest against agricultural laws. Earlier on September 17, Harsimrat Kaur Badal also resigned from the Modi cabinet. Meanwhile, Shiromani Akali Dal (Democratic) chief and Rajya Sabha MP Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa has also announced the return of the Padma Bhushan Award.

On the other hand, 40 farmer leaders are in talks with the government at Vigyan Bhavan. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is presiding on behalf of the government. Before the meeting, Tomar said that discussions with farmers will yield positive results.

Amarinder said in the meeting with Shah – Find a solution soon, affecting the security of the country
On the other hand, after meeting Home Minister Amit Shah, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said that he has appealed to the Home Minister to find solutions to the problems of the farmers soon. The economy of Punjab and the security of the country are being affected by this issue. He has also appealed to the farmers to resolve the matter soon. The Punjab CMO said that Amarinder insisted on protecting the MSP by continuing the Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) based mandi system. Appealed to the Home Minister to listen to the farmers with an open heart and resolve the dispute soon, so that the farmers can return to their homes.

Meanwhile, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash are also present in the meeting with the farmers. Before the meeting, Som Prakash had said that such a solution is expected to come out of the negotiations, which is also acceptable to the farmers and the government. The government has said that the system of MSP will continue and it is also agreed to give it in writing.

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

On December 1, the government spoke separately to the farmers of Punjab and UP. This meeting was inconclusive. Farmer leaders are alleging that the government is plotting instead of a solution. She wants to meet farmers separately and distribute them.

Farmers prepare a 10 page document of objections
Today, the second conversation is being held with the farmers government after starting the agitation on the fourth and Delhi border. For this meeting, the government and farmers continued to form a strategy throughout the day on Wednesday. The farmers held meetings 5 ​​times and the government 2 times. Farmers have prepared a 10-page document of objections to agricultural laws.

These 5 major demands will be in today’s meeting

  • Central agricultural laws should be repealed immediately.
  • The proposal of the committee of the Center will not be approved.
  • MSP is always applicable. 21 crops benefited from this.
  • Till now farmers get MSP only on wheat, paddy and cotton.
  • Families of suicidal farmers get financial help from the center.

Meanwhile, UP’s farmer leader Rakesh Tikait, who reached the Kundli Border, also held a meeting with organizations in Punjab on Wednesday. At the press conference, Chairman of Revolutionary Farmers Union, Darshan Pal said that the government should call a special session of Parliament to abolish the laws. He said that there will be demonstrations across the country on 5 December.

Updates

  • Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash said that farmers will be talked to each point. In the interest of the country, farmers will be openly discussed.
  • S.S. Subharan, Joint Secretary, Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti, Punjab, says that the Center is trying to divide farmers. Until Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds a meeting with all 507 farmer organizations, we will not attend any other meeting.
  • The farmers, who are protesting at the Nirankari Samagam Ground in Burari, say they do not expect any solution in the talks with the government.
  • Police have closed the Delhi-Ghaziabad border on NH-9 and NH-24.
  • The Chilla border connecting Delhi-Noida has been closed for the second consecutive day today. However, a carriageway has been opened from Delhi towards Noida, but the road from Noida to Delhi is closed.
  • For the success of the movement, farmers performed a havan on the Ghazipur-Ghaziabad border for the second consecutive day.
  • A team of farmers from Rajasthan has reached the Singhu border. He says that 500 farmers of Rajasthan are going to reach here soon.

Forward strategy

  • Farmer leaders will talk to the government today and memorandums will be submitted in protest against the laws across the country.
  • On 5 December, effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Ambani and Adani will be burnt across the country.
  • On December 7, sportspersons and artists across the country will return awards and honors.

Youth brigade deployed with sticks, so that no movement is spoiled
There is a concern among the organizations about the outsiders not disturbing the peaceful movement of farmers. For this, a 7-member committee has been formed. Around 100 young farmers are deployed with sticks and put icard around their neck for safety. No one is allowed to break the discipline.

As soon as the stage proceedings start in the morning, young volunteers are put on guard, who decide that no wrong elements or hooligans reach the stage or surroundings. There was no chair for anyone on the stage. The joint committee also decides who has to speak on stage, how much time to speak. The committee also decides to speak on the stage to representatives or artists from outside religious and social institutions. The representatives of 30 farmer unions are given one hour each day to address. The movement is being done with complete planning.

Twitter calls BJP’s IT cell in-charge’s post as manipulated media
Twitter has described a video posted on Wednesday by Amit Malviya, the in-charge of the BJP IT cell, as manipulated media. This is the first time in the country. On November 28, Malaviya posted a video related to the farmer movement on social media. Malviya’s post was in the counter of Rahul Gandhi’s post, in which Rahul mentioned about the police showering the peasants. Malaviya had denied this claim.

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