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Farmer Protest Live Updates: Centre Invites Agitating Farmers For Next Round Of Talks Today

This is the second gathering between the top BJP leaders in under 2 days. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will go to converse with the fighting farmer today. Sources have stated, adding that he will meet Home Minister Amit Shah, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh at BJP chief JP Nadda’s home today in front of the conversation. This is the second gathering between the top BJP leader in under 2 days in the midst of gigantic fights against argumentative homestead laws in and around Delhi.

Farmers have been protesting at different spots in Delhi and Haryana and have dismissed the focal government’s proposal to hold chats on December 3 saying that overwhelming conditions for beginning a discourse is an affront to them. Around 32 rancher gatherings, generally from Punjab, and a couple of ranchers from Gujarat and Maharashtra too figured out how to arrive at Delhi on Friday and assemble at the outskirt territories of Delhi to proceed with the dissent. The top of the streetcars are canvassed in brilliant sheets of plastic—to avoid the gnawing cold

Three days in front of the planned meet, Mr. Tomar on Monday welcomed the farmer for talks today at 3 pm, as he referred to Covid and cold. “On November 13, we had concluded we will meet on December 3, however, the farmer is in temperament to dissent. We demand you to leave the dissent and discover an answer through talks,” he said. Mr. Tomar has met Amit Shah threefold in two days, sources state after the farmer took steps to hinder Delhi.

Farmer from Punjab and Haryana are decidedly ready for the long haul involving interstates prompting the public capital. The ranchers are challenging The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020, and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.

It was concluded that the following talks between the farmer and leader will be hung on Dec 3 yet farmer are upsetting, Due to COVID and winter, the gathering should be held before. So farmer and leader – present in first round of talks – have been welcomed at Vigyan Bhavan on Dec 1 at 3 pm: Agriculture Minister

This morning, the farmers said they will not attend the talks till all 500 plus organisations are invited for talks. “There are more than 500 groups of farmers in the country, but the government has invited only 32 groups for talks today. The rest have not been called by the government. We will not be going for talks till all groups are called,” Sukhvinder S Sabhran, Joint Secretary, Punjab Kisan Sangarsh Committee was quoted as saying by news agency ANI

TTikri border and more tractors joining every passing day. Badusarai and Jhatikara Borders are open only for two-wheeler traffic. Open Borders to Haryana are following Borders Jharoda, Dhansa, Daurala, Kapashera, Rajokri NH 8, Bijwasan/Bajghera, Palam vihar and Dundahera.

I have restricted the Center’s ranch laws and today I have composed a letter to Amit Shah ji that in the event that the dark laws are not renounced, at that point we’ll consider proceeding with our help to NDA (National Democratic Alliance): Rashtriya Loktantrik Party pioneer Hanuman Beniwal

Taxi Unions have allowed a two-day final proposal to the Center saying if rancher requests are not met private taxis, taxis, cars and trucks will go on an uncertain strike in Delhi-NCR.

 We were unable to have a gathering with ranchers’ associations from all the states. We could just have it with 30 associations from Punjab. We dismissed the contingent greeting of Modiji: Jagmohan Singh, General secretary, Bharti Kisan Union (Dakaunda) at Singhu Border (Delhi-Haryana)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal offers to individuals of Delhi to stretch out all conceivable assistance to ranchers challenging new homestead laws at Singhu and Tikri outskirt purposes of the public capital; urges Center to hold converses with them at soonest

Congress leader  Rahul Gandhi has appealed to his party workers to provide food and help to farmers protesting against the new laws.

  The Congress launched a social media campaign to muster support for the farmers protesting against the Centre’s new farm laws with party leader Rahul Gandhi saying that the Centre has persecuted the farmers.

“The Modi government has oppressed the farmer- first it brought dark laws and afterward utilized lathis against them, however it failed to remember that when the rancher raises his voice, it reverberates all through the nation. You additionally speak loudly against the abuse of ranchers and join the #SpeakUpForFarmers lobby,” Rahul Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi.

“The farmer of the country has come to Delhi in the cold, leaving his home and fields, to voice his protest against the black agriculture laws. In this battle of truth and untruth, with whom do you stand – the ‘Annadata’ (food-giving) farmer or the PM’s capitalist friends,” Gandhi said in another tweet.

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said that the Center needs to converse with the ranchers as the fights occurring in the nation because of misinterpretations.

Tomar leaves Shah’s home after key meet: Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has left from Home Minister Amit Shah’s habitation after a significant gathering in the midst of the ranchers’ fights against Centers’ Farm laws.

“Take a gander at our langar, we can take care of this whole city. What’s more, we don’t need ₹2000 gives (direct money help under PM-Kisan conspire). Prior to coming to Delhi, I bought a festoon and told my family: in the event that I get back successful put it on me, in the event that I return dead spot it on my cover,” Singh said..

After ranchers’ oddball Center’s proposal for early talks, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has arrived at Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s home to hold a gathering on the progressing rancher fights ‘Dilli Chalo’ against the Center’s antagonistic homestead laws

A medical check-up camp has been set up at Singhu Border where farmers are protesting against the farm laws. “We should conduct the Covi-19 test here. If there’s any possibility of a super spreader, the disease might spread to other people which will be disastrous,” says a doctor.

Surendra Yadav, Joint CP, Northern Range, Delhi today said the situation is peaceful and under control adding that police are in contact with the farmers. Yadav also said that enough force has been deployed.