Farmers protest: Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh responds sharply to farmers ahead of tenth round of meetings

Ahead of the tenth meeting with farmers protesting against the new agriculture law, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar reacted sharply.

Farmers protest: Before the tenth meeting with the farmers protesting against the Modi government’s new agriculture law, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh gave you an immediate response. He made it clear before the meeting that the government was ready to amend the agriculture law, but before that the farmers should give up their stubbornness.

Before the tenth meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that farmers should give up their stubbornness. Don’t demand to change the anti-peasant black law. Ask about other options. Give back the law and tell us what you want?

For information, let us know that the next interaction of the Central Government with the farmers’ organizations will be held on 19th January. Earlier, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh told your media that farmers should be told what they want without returning the new agricultural law. You spoke to reporters after visiting Morena, your constituency in Madhya Pradesh.

On the other hand, farmers standing on the Delhi border held an important meeting on Sunday and said they would organize a parade on Delhi’s Ring Road on January 26 to mark Republic Day. In this parade a parade of tractors will be taken out. At the same time, our march will be a complete peace march. The meeting was announced by the United Front of Farmers Union, a co-operative Kisan Morcha, on Sunday, a day before the Supreme Court hearing on the central government’s plea to refrain from participating in the Republic Day celebrations.

At a press conference, Swaraj India national president Yogendra Yadav said the parade would be held on a 50-kilometer stretch of road. In which the tracker parade will be taken out from the flag of Tiranga and Krishak Samiti. He said weapons, inflammatory speech and violence would not be allowed during the parade and that no attempt would be made to block or attack places and buildings of national importance.


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