The protest by farmers protesting in opposition to the three farm laws passed by the Central Govt entered its 11th day today. A national shutdown has been referred to as by the protesting farmers on Tuesday December 8.
Farmers protesting enters 11th day: Here is all you want to know
After the assembly with the protesting farmers’ remained inconclusive, the Centre introduced some other assembly on December 9.
The farmer groups leaders had met representatives of the Centre, led with the aid of using Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Commerce Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce Som Prakash on December five for the 5th round of talks to stop the impasse over the new farm laws.
At Saturday’s dialogue, the Centre had given a pointwise written respond of the minutes of the fourth assembly after farmers’ representatives requested for it. Farmers stated that they want an answer or dedication from the Centre and did not need similarly discussion.
Agriculture Minister Tomar after the assembly reassured the agitating farmers that the APMCs will never be weakened and MSP will preserve as he advised farmer unions to surrender their agitation and resolve their grievances via talks
The Delhi Traffic Police on Saturday remain closed seven borders to the national capital, such as Singhu, Auchandi, Lampur, Piao Maniyari, Mangesh, Tikri and Jharoda and issued advisories.
On December 3, the farmers held the fourth round of talks with the Centre and stated the government had talked of bringing a few amendments to farm laws. In the fourth round of the meeting, farmer leaders recommended the govt to keep a special consultation of the Parliament and sought the abolition of the 3 farm laws.
The farmers are protesting 3 farm laws in opposition to the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce
- Promotion and Facilitation Act 2020.
- The Farmers Empowerment and Protection Agreement on Price Assurance Farm Services Act 2020.
- The Essential Commodities Amendment Act 2020.