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New Delhi / Karnal15 minutes ago

Today (January 10) is the 46th day of the peasant movement. The farmers sitting on the borders of Delhi are still keeping distance from the central government. Meanwhile, there was an uproar in Karnal, Haryana, when the opposition of the farmer Chief Minister Manohar Lal’s rally started in Kaimla village. When the police stopped the farmers, there was a clash between the two. The uproar grew so much that the police had to fire tear gas shells and water canons to stop the farmers.

In fact, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar is about to hold a Kisan Mahapanchayat rally in Kaimla village of Karnal. Tight security arrangements were made by the administration. Here the police had put a blockade near Garhi Sultan. Farmers moving here were stopped. When they refused, the police also used sticks.

Karnal: The police also laid siege to the fields to prevent the farmers from demonstrating.

Karnal: The police also laid siege to the fields to prevent the farmers from demonstrating.

Farmers’ meeting in Delhi
The joint front of the farmers sitting on the borders of Delhi will hold an important meeting. Further strategy will be discussed in the meeting. Farmers can also announce the preparations for 26 January. At the same time, on January 11, the Supreme Court is to hear the application for cancellation of agricultural laws. Earlier in the hearing on Wednesday, the court said that there is no improvement in the situation. We understand the condition of farmers.

Shout and Ghazipur border closed
Meanwhile, Delhi’s Chilla and Ghazipur border has been closed. While issuing advisory on Sunday, Delhi Traffic Police said that it has been decided to close both the borders in view of the farmers’ agitation. Instructions have been given to take alternate routes coming to Delhi from Anand Vihar, DND, Bhopra and Loni Border.

Congress will encircle the Raj Bhavan across the country
The Congress has decided to stage a sit-in outside the Raj Bhavan across the country on January 15 against agricultural laws. Congress leaders said that Congress workers will surround the Rajbhav of every state.

What will farmers do next?

  • January 13: Lohri will be celebrated as ‘Kisan Sankalp Diwas’ across the country. Copies of all three laws will be lit.
  • January 18: Will celebrate ‘Women’s Farmers’ Day’. 10 to 10 women from each village will be brought to Delhi border.
  • January 23: In the memory of Subhash Chandra Bose, celebrating ‘Azad Hind Kisan Divas’ will encircle the residence of the Governor in the states.
  • January 26: Tractors will take out parade on Rajpath. It is claimed that it will have one lakh tractors. Women will lead it.

Only 1 out of last 9 meetings resulted

First round: 14 October
What happened:
Agriculture Secretary Narendra Singh Tomar replaced Agriculture Secretary in the meeting. Farmers’ organizations boycotted the meeting. He wanted to talk to the Agriculture Minister only.

Second round: 13 November
What happened:
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal held a meeting with farmer organizations. The conversation lasted for 7 hours, but did not yield any results.

Third Round: December 1
What happened:
There was talk for three hours. The government suggested to form an expert committee, but the farmers’ organizations remained adamant on repealing all the three laws.

Fourth round: 3 December
What happened:
The conversation lasted for 7 and a half hours. The government promised that there would be no tampering of the MSP. The farmers had said that the government should cancel the three laws along with the guarantee on the MSP.

5th round: 5th December
What happened:
The government agreed to give written guarantee on the MSP, but the farmers clearly said that the government should answer yes or no if the law is repealed.

6th Round: 8 December
What happened:
Home Minister Amit Shah met on the day of Bharat Bandh. The next day the government proposed 22 pages, but the peasant organizations turned it down.

7th round: 30 December
What happened:
Narendra Singh Tomar and Piyush Goyal held a meeting with 40 representatives of farmer organizations. Differences persisted on two issues, but two were agreed upon.

8th round: 4th January
What happened:
In the meeting that lasted 4 hours, the farmers were adamant on the demand for withdrawal of the law. After the meeting was over, the Agriculture Minister said that the clap rings with both hands.

9th Round: 8 January
What happened:
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar also admitted that the matter is stuck on 50% of the issues. The farmers took a stance in the meeting. Farmer leaders also put up posters, which were written in Gurmukhi – will die or win.

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