Agreed farmer talks: Center meeting in presence of Shah-Rajnath before meeting farmers, third meeting in 36 hours

Posted on 1st Dec 2020 01:34 pm by rohit kumar

Today is the sixth day of the farmers' agitation on the borders of Delhi against the agricultural bills of the Center. The government has called farmers for talks at 3 o'clock today. The farmers also agreed because the government has not placed any condition.


Earlier, the ministers of the government held a separate meeting. This was the third meeting of the Center in 36 hours on the issue of farmers. Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar were present in this meeting held at the house of BJP President JP Nadda. Earlier, Shah had deferred the schedule of going to the BSF Rising Day event. The reason for this is stated to be an important official work.


Before the talks with the government, farmers' anger was seen on the Delhi-UP border. Farmers on the Ghazipur-Ghaziabad border used tractors to remove barricades.


2 borders of Delhi-Haryana still closed today

The police have closed the Singhu and Tikari borders of Delhi adjoining Haryana for the second consecutive day today. Delhi Traffic Police has said that for movement from Delhi to Haryana, one can move from Jharoda, Dhansa, Daurala, Kapashera, Rajokri NH-8, Bijwasan, Palam Vihar and Dundahera border. These borders are open. Only a two-wheeler movement is allowed from the Badosarai and Jhatikara borders.


Government summons leaders of 32 farmer organizations

After talking to the farmers on December 3, the Adi government gave up the stubbornness on Monday, and on December 1, ie, today at 3 pm, the leaders of 32 farmers organizations have been called to Vigyan Bhawan for talks. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the farmer leaders who were involved in the meeting on 13 November have been invited to join the talks.


Demonstration was already going on in Punjab against the three new agricultural bills of the Center, but 6 days ago, farmers of Punjab-Haryana traveled to Delhi. The police stopped them at the border itself. The government told the farmers that if they finish the protest and come to Burari, then the talks can be held even earlier.


Home Minister-Agriculture Minister met 2 times in 24 hours

The farmers did not accept the condition of the government, but on Sunday said that now they will seal 5 entry points of Delhi. The farmers said that they have brought with them 4 months of ration-water. After this, the round of meetings started in the government. Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar met on Sunday night at BJP President JP Nadda's house. There was a meeting again on Monday. Agriculture Minister and many BJP leaders were present in the meeting held at the home of the Home Minister.


Government said- Corona, talks due to cold soon

During Monday's meeting, there were indications that the government could send an unconditional invitation to the farmers. The same happened, the government sent the proposal late at night. However, the Minister of Agriculture quickly explained the growing corona infection and cold as being ready for talks.




Sukhwinder, joint secretary of Punjab Kisan Sangharsh Samiti, has said that there are more than 500 organizations of farmers in the country. The government has called only 32 groups. We will not engage in dialogue until all organizations are called.

130 Khap Panchayats of Haryana will join the Kisan movement today. On the other hand, in Punjab too, panchayats have asked every household to join a member in the dharna.


Delhi's taxi and transport union also came out in support of farmers on Monday. They said that if there is no solution in 2 days, they will strike.


On November 27, an FIR has been lodged against unknown people at Alipur police station for the uproar on the Singhu border.


Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has taunted the government that the Annadata are staging the streets and speeches on TV. We all owe debt for the hard work of farmers.


Such a struggle at Delhi's doorstep after 32 years

The Sindhu border has witnessed the largest peasant movement after 32 years. In 1988, under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Tikait, 5 lakh farmers of Uttar Pradesh had gathered here.

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