Farmers’ organizations once again discussed on Friday the talks with the central government on agricultural laws. After the meeting, in the press conference of the United Farmers’ Front, the farmers told that in the meeting we have decided that we will not accept anything other than repealing of new agriculture laws. He told that the government is ready to make some amendments but we have clearly told the government that the government should withdraw all the three laws. Farmer leader Harinder Pal Lakhowal said after the meeting on the Singhu border, “we have talked to the government yesterday. We have clearly said that all three laws should be withdrawn. “
He has said “the government seems to agree on the power laws and fines for burning stubble. But we tell all the farmers that they should come here, the fight is limitless, we are not going to back down.” The farmers have called for a bandh across India on 8th December (Tuesday).
Apart from this, today the farmer leaders said that on December 8th they will make toll plazas free in the entire country and will close the remaining roads leading to Delhi. The farmers have said that they will burn PM Modi’s effigy tomorrow on 5th December.
Farmer leader Akshay Kanwar told, “In today’s meeting, three decisions are taken. The first is that when we talk to the government tomorrow, it will be made clear that there will be no dialogue except withdrawal of the three laws. Farmers’ organizations across the country will burn effigies of PM Modi. And third is that India will be closed on December 8th. The toll plazas will be blocked. “
It is to note that for the last nine days, farmers of many states including Punjab, Haryana have gathered on the borders of different states attached to Delhi. The movement started under the name of Delhi Chalo against the agricultural laws of the center has now become a nationwide movement. The number of farmers and protesters gathered here is increasing day by day, and their support is also increasing.