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The photo is of the Singhu border. The fierce demonstration of the farmers started from here on 26 November. This point of the Delhi border has been completely closed for traffic on Friday.

Today is the 9th day of farmers’ protest against agricultural laws. Due to the movement, traffic has been stopped at 9 points on the Delhi border. Only after the talks with the Center and the farmers on Thursday, it was clear that the agitation will not stop, because in the fourth round of talks, there is a deadlock on many issues. The Center assured, but the peasants remained adamant on the demand to withdraw the law. He said that a special session of Parliament be called to withdraw the law.

The 5th round of talks between the Center and the farmers is to be held on 5 December. Darshanpal, the leader of the revolutionary farmers union, said that the Center agreed to some reforms in the laws, but not us. We have told them that there is a flaw in the entire law. We will talk today and prepare our strategy before the meeting tomorrow.

Women came to the fields with a shovel so that neither the movement was weakened nor the crop

Center said – MSP will remain, farmers said – issue is about laws

The fourth round of talks between the Center and the farmers lasted for about 7 hours. After the meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar assured the farmers that the Minimum Support Prize (MSP) would not be touched. There will be no change in it. The provisions of the Act provide protection to farmers. No one can read and write their land.

Farmers said – the issue is not the only MSP, but the withdrawal of the law completely. Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait said that not just one, but many issues should be discussed. The fifth round of talks between the Center and the farmers will now be held on 5 December.

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Farmers concerns Government Response
MSP ie minimum support price will not be closed? The MSP was up and running, and will continue to operate in the future.
Will the APMC i.e. Agriculture Producer Market Committee be over? Private mandis will come, but we will also strengthen APMC.
For trading outside the market, no one will collect the PAN card and it will not be taxed. Government promise– Will make the registration of the trader necessary.
Will there be no tax on trade outside the market? APMC will consider making tax in mandis and private mandis the same.
The dispute should not go to the SDM court, it is a small court. Will consider giving the right to go to the upper court.
The new laws will take the land of small farmers to big people. Protection of farmers is complete. Even if there are doubts, then you are ready for a solution.
We are also opposed to the amended electricity bill and the punishment for burning stubble. The government is fully ready to consider it.

Farmers’ food and jalebi in discussion

The attitude of the farmers was such that if there was a lunch break during the conversation, they ate the food they brought with them. Said – The government does not accept tea or food. Even in the meeting of December 1, farmers were offered tea by the government, they had said that no tea, fulfill the demands. Come to the protest site, you will feed me Jalebi.

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

Prakash Singh Badal Award returned in support of farmers

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.

Farmers prepare a 10 page document of objections

On Wednesday, farmers held meetings 5 ​​times a day and the government twice. Farmers prepared a 10-page document of objections to agricultural laws. 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.

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