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The farmers say that the government has sent only the old proposal. The government does not want to withdraw the law. The photo is of a border border.

Today is the 28th day of the farmers’ agitation against agricultural laws. Farmers could not take a decision in the last two days on the letter which was sent by the government on the invitation of talks on Sunday night. On Tuesday, there was a meeting of the peasant leaders of Punjab on the horoscope border, after which it was said that the members of the United Front will decide on Wednesday whether to talk to the government or not.

Farmers will appeal to the British PM to stop coming to India
Farmer leader Kulwant Sandhu said that we are writing to the UK MPs to stop PM Boris Johnson from coming to India until the central government does not listen to the farmers. On the other hand, hunger strike of farmers is also going on. Every day 11 farmers are sitting on 24-hour fast, where the demonstration is going on on the borders of Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

Government claims – UP’s farmer leaders join us
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Tuesday, ‘Some farmer leaders from Uttar Pradesh met me. He has supported the government with new agricultural laws. He says that laws should not change.

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