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The farmers have been agitating on the borders of Delhi since 26 November in protest against the three new agricultural laws. The photo is of the Singhu border.

Today is the 27th day of the peasant movement. Meanwhile, leader of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti, Sarwan Singh Pandher has said, ‘The government has decided that it will not withdraw the agricultural laws. In the letter he has issued, it is written that if the farmers want changes in the laws, then tell the date and time of the conversation. This is not the government’s move to resolve, but cheat farmers. The common man will feel that the farmers are adamant, but the reality is that we do not want to change the laws, but want them to be withdrawn.

Farmers can take a decision today on the invitation of talks with the government
Farmers can take a decision on talking to the government. They will decide whether to discuss the government or not. A letter of invitation was sent to the farmers on Sunday night from the government. Farmer leader Hannan Mula, on the other hand, said that the government was pretending. I do not want to discuss the agenda. If we want to talk, it should be on our agenda.

‘Government wants to talk only on old proposal’
Farmers leaders say that the government has sent a 5-page proposal. The emphasis is on old things only. The government sent the same points which were in the proposal of 9 December. The government wants to discuss the old proposal. It does not want to discuss the demand for repeal of the law and a new law on MSP.

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  • Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait has said that the meeting of the Agriculture Minister has not been invited. Until the government withdraws all three agricultural laws, the farmers will not back down. It will take more than a month to resolve all the issues. The government will come to us.
  • Hunger strikes are also going on at the borders of Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, where farmers are protesting. Every day 11 farmers will sit on 24-hour fast. At the same time, Haryana will be made toll free from 25 to 27 December.
  • The farmers blocked the Ghazipur border. Due to this, the police had to stop traffic on the way from Delhi to Ghaziabad today. Traffic from Ghaziabad towards Delhi is already closed.

Seeing the staggering farmers, weeping … the farmer drank poison by writing
Niranjan Singh, a 75-year-old farmer who reached the Singhu border from Tarn Taran, tried to kill himself by drinking sulfos on Monday. He is admitted to PGI Rohtak. It is written in the note found from the pocket, that the farmers cry when they see the chill. The government is not listening and is killing the farmers. I want to sacrifice

‘The more the government presses, the faster the movement’
Bhakiyu President Balbir Singh Rajewal said that on December 25, demonstrations will be held outside the embassy in countries like Canada, England, America, Australia and Austria where Punjabis are in large numbers. Bhakiyu Doaba head Manjit Singh said on the Income Tax Department’s raid on adhatiyas in Punjab that the more the government presses, the faster the movement will be.

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