Farm laws can’t be rolled back, says government, Bharat bandh December 8, 2020

Farm laws Update News: As the continued farmers’ agitation at Burari, Singhu and Tikri borders entered day of 12th, the Delhi Traffic Police these days issued an advisory for commuters as multiple of borders between Delhi city and neighbouring states remained closed for site visitors traffic police.

The Delhi Traffic Police these days issued a traffic alert closing and stop the National Highway (NH-44) on each sides with in the national capital region. Commuters were asked to take alternate road via Lampur, Safiabad, Saboli borders and keep away from Outer Ring Road, GTK street and NH-44 highway

As their 5th round of talks with farmer resulted in a deadlock, the government proposed any other assembly on 9 December with the representatives of protesting farmers and requested them to ship returned the elderly, girls and children to their houses from the protest sites.

The protesting farmers had on Friday announced a “Bharat bandh on December 8” and threatened to heighten their agitation and block more &different roads main to the national capital if the government did not accept their farm lows rolled back demands.

Some auto and taxi unions leaders in the Delhi city have decided to join ‘Bharat Bandh on December 8” called by farmer unions leaders protesting against the recent farm laws.

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