Farmer protests: Protesters spending cold nights on Delhi border ignoring Amit Shah


Thousands of farmers coming to protest in Delhi against three agricultural laws implemented by the Center are still frozen on the national capital’s Singhu and Tikri border with another cold night spent on the road. At the same time, farmer leaders are churning on the strategy proposed by the government.

Many roads and roadways coming to Delhi are closed due to the farmers’ protest, while Union Home Minister Amit Shah has appealed to the farmers to come and perform at Burari Maidan and said that as soon as they go to the designated place, the Center will hold talks. Shah said the farmers’ delegation has been invited to discuss on December 3.

He said that some farmer organizations have demanded immediate talks and the Center is ready to hold talks as soon as the farmers are transferred to Burari field. A farmer named Brij Singh, who is on the Singhoo border, said, “Today is going to be an important meeting to decide the future strategy. Till then we will stay here and decide according to the outcome of the meeting. We will not end the agitation till the demands are met. ”The Chief Minister of Punjab also said on Shah’s proposal that the sooner the farmers interact, the more it will be in the interest of the farming community and direction.”

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