Even after 5 days of farmers’ agitation, the anger of farmers is not decreasing. The government is ready to negotiate but the farmers are adamant on the Delhi Border that the talks will take place here. The farmers are neither going to the demonstration site decided by delhi police nor are they moving from the Delhi border.
Farmers protest is continuing along the border of the country’s capital, Delhi. Meanwhile, Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar has arrived to meet Home Minister Amit Shah. According to sources, the meeting is taking place on the Kisan agitation. The standoff between farmers’ organisations and the government remains intact.
The Singhu border of Delhi is being jammed due to the farmers agitation. Farmers have also been jammed along the Tikari border of Delhi-Bahadargarh. Also, there is a long jam at Delhi Gate. However, there is no jam on the Delhi-Gurugram border.
Amidst the farmers’ protest, Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikat attacked the central government. He said the government’s intentions are being questioned. When the government’s intentions are clear, the solution will be removed. Burri is not a White House that farmers go there.
Meanwhile, a farmer from Punjab sitting at burri ground said that there is no use of living here. We’re going to cancel the black law. We will close all the borders in Delhi. We have up to 6 months of ration. We don’t need your food. The Home Minister and the Prime Minister have time to seek votes but we don’t have to meet people. We will turn off their hookah water.
Farmers are adamant on Delhi Border
Even after 5 days of farmers’ agitation, the anger of farmers is not decreasing. The government is ready to negotiate but the farmers are adamant on the Delhi Border that the talks will take place here. The farmers are neither going to the demonstration site decided by delhi police nor are they moving from the Delhi border. The tension of the government has increased after the farmers ‘ announcement.
Farmers break police barkeding at Delhi-UP border
The farmers’ performance has now begun on the Border of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. Farmers from Uttarakhand have also reached near Ghazipur at up gate and the farmers’ demonstrations have been raging, after which they broke the police barkeding.
Impact of agitation on common people
The farmers’ agitation has affected the common people and the people have faced hardships. There is a jam on the highway near Delhi and the office goers are facing a lot of difficulty. At the same time, congestion has increased the risk of corona infection.
The anger of farmers not decreasing
On the Delhi UP Border, the Ghazipur border, farmers have put tarpaulin on the tractor and made it their home. Quilts and blankets have also been brought in to avoid freezing. The bonfire is burning on the road, but in the chilly nights, the heat of the bonfire is far more than the fire of farmers ‘ anger.
Dharna at 5 point for Delhi siege
After a meeting of farmers’ organisations on Sunday, farmers made it clear that farmers will not go to Burari for the demonstration (Farmers Protest) and staged a dharna at 5 points for the Delhi siege. The farmers demand that the government should unconditionally negotiate with them and allow them to take up agitation at Ramlila Maidan or Jantar Mantar.
Farmers threaten to stage dharna for next 4 months
Farmer leaders say their preparations are complete and if need be, they have complete dharna for the next 4 months. The tension of the government has also increased after the farmers ‘ announcement.
High level meeting held at JP Nadda’s house
A high-level meeting was held at bjp national president J P Nadda’s house late on Sunday. Home Minister Amit Shah, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh were also present at the meeting besides BJP National President J P Nadda. The meeting is said to have lasted for about 2 hours.
According to sources, there was a discussion on the farmers ‘ agitation. The situation was reviewed and the farmers’ response and statements of their leaders were also discussed after Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement. In a democracy, dialogue can solve the problem, but the difficulty is that the government is ready to negotiate, yet the farmers are on the tongue.
Distances are on the rise between farmers and the government
It has been 5 days since the Kisan Agitation. With each passing moment, the distance between the farmers and the government is showing increasing. The big question is, who is the conspiracy between the farmer and the government. The solution will be negotiated, but there is no roadmap for how the talks will take place at the moment.
Farmers opposing the new agricultural laws have given a fresh warning to the central government that the 25 people they put before the government will talk to them. He has also warned of the siege of Delhi. Farmers have refused to go to Nirkari Maidan in Burri.
Farmers said that burri plain is not a park but an open jail. Instead of going to Burri, he talked about going to Jantar Mantar. The decision not to go to Burri has been taken by 30 farmers’ organizations.
Meanwhile, Khap panchayats in Haryana have also given their support to the farmers’ agitation. The Khap Panchayat Sarpanch said that the government is requested to reconsider these agricultural laws once again.