Farmers Protest LIVE: Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary’s statement: ‘6th round of talks protest continues

Farmers Protest LIVE: Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary's statement

Farmers who are agitating say that the government will withdraw farm laws or not to respond in a yes or no. We are not in favour of moving from Delhi unless the agricultural laws are returned. The farmers also said that they will talk to the government on the remaining issues only after the law is returned.

The fifth round of talks between farmers and the government at Vigyan Bhawan on Saturday between farmers demonstrating against agricultural laws (Agriculture Law) remained inconclusive and farmers’ protest continued for the 11th consecutive day on Sunday (December 6).

Even in the fifth round of talks, the farmers remained adamant on the demand to withdraw the three laws and now the next round of talks between the two sides will be held on December 9.

Meanwhile, Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary has made a big statement. He has accused the Congress of instigating farmers in the kisan agitation. “The government is ready to amend the agricultural laws. But we will not withdraw agricultural laws. MSP will continue across the country’.

Kailash Chaudhary further said that the Congress ruled for 60 years but what was his budget for agriculture. The Modi government has acted in the interest of farmers. PM Modi’s government launched the Kisan Samman Fund. The Modi government wants to double farmers’ income.

Farmers protest updates: Traffic ‘tension’ still in Delhi

Due to farmers protest, people in several areas adjoining Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in Delhi may still face the problem of jam as many borders with Delhi will remain closed even today. A large number of farmers are still frozen on the Singhu border, and the farmers ‘ dharna is continuing at up gate.

Police are on alert in view of the demonstration and traffic police have advised people to choose an alternative route.

Farmers protest updates:: Agriculture Minister says doubts over MSP unfounded

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar spoke to the media after no results were reached in the meeting with farmers. He once again made it clear to the MSP that the msp suspect was baseless. The agriculture minister said that the 9th meeting will once again try to find a way out.

Farmers protest updates: ‘First bill return, then talk on other issues’

Farmers said that the government is not in favour of withdrawing the bill and they are not in favour of moving from Delhi. At the same time, farmers say that their first demand is to return the bill, only after they will talk to the government on the remaining issues. Ahead of the meeting with farmers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also held a meeting with four big ministers on Saturday morning.

Home Minister Amit Shah and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh were also involved in the meeting which lasted for about 2 hours at the Prime Minister’s residence.

Farmers protest updates: Protest against Grand Alliance in Patna

Different farmers’ organisations in the country are supporting the ongoing Farmers Protest in Delhi, but in the meantime, parties from several states are also joining the agitation. The Grand Alliance protested against the agricultural law at Gandhi Maidan in Patna on Saturday. Rjd leaders started staging a dharna outside the gate of the ground when the administration did not allow the demonstration due to the corona.