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

Today is the 33rd day of the farmers’ agitation against agricultural bills. Meanwhile, the government called the farmers for talks on 30 December. The meeting will be held at 2 pm in Vigyan Bhawan. Farmer organizations have also accepted the proposal of the center. He said that the Center should clarify the agenda of negotiations before the meeting. Earlier, farmers had written to the government on Saturday and gave them time to meet on Tuesday at 11 am. He also kept 4 conditions.

Meanwhile, in Punjab, people demonstrated in many places in support of the farmers. During this time around 1500 telecom towers were damaged. Due to this, mobile service has been affected in many places. Police in Moga is investigating one such case. On the other hand, farmer organizations have condemned these incidents. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has directed the police to take appropriate action.

Updates

  • The Kerala government will move a resolution against the new agricultural law in the Assembly on 31 December. Governor Arif Mohammad Khan has approved a special day-long session.
  • Leaders of 25 farmer organizations have supported agricultural laws. He met Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Monday and handed over a letter of support.
  • In Chandigarh, members of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Seva Dal demonstrated near the house of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in support of the farmers. When they tried to break the barricade, the police detained several protesters.
Police intercepting protesters in Chandigarh.

Police intercepting protesters in Chandigarh.

  • Farmers protesting in Burari have said that they have named the Nirankari Samagam Ground as Kisanpura. They are performing here for 33 days. Now they have started to feel like their own village.

4 conditions for farmers to negotiate with the government
1. Possibilities of withdrawal of all three agricultural laws should be discussed.
2. The Legal Guarantee of Minimum Support Price (MSP) was on the negotiating agenda.
3. Provisions of punishment under the Commission for the Air Quality Management Ordinance should not apply to farmers. Ordinance should be amended and notified.
4. The issue of change in the Electricity Amendment Bill should also be included in the negotiating agenda.

Kejriwal reached Singhu border for second time
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the Singhu border on Sunday evening and met the farmers. They reached the Singhu border for the second time in a month. He was accompanied by Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. Kejriwal, meeting the farmers, said, “I challenge the central government to open debate with farmers. This will clear how these laws will hurt.”

The farmers played the plate at the time of Modi’s mind
The farmers may be ready to negotiate once again, but the government’s opposition has also intensified. He boycotted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat program by playing a plate on Sunday. During this, farmer leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni was seen playing the plate with shoes. People also objected to this on social media. Said that beating the shoes on the plate you eat does not suit.

Punjab lawyer sued
Amarjit Singh Rai, a senior advocate involved in the movement, committed suicide on Sunday. He was from Jalalabad in Fazilka district of Punjab. He ate poison after going 5 km away from the ongoing demonstration at the Tikari border. He has also got suicide note. In this, he called PM Modi a dictator. He is the second farmer to commit suicide in the movement. So far 26 farmers have lost their lives due to different reasons in the movement.

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