Farmer leaders say we will take part in the meeting held today. However, we do not expect more solutions. We just want the return of agricultural law. Also, our crops get legal guarantee of MSP.
Farmers protest 51 days live update: The farmers’ movement against the new agricultural law of the central government continues today for the 51st day. Meanwhile, today is going to be the ninth round of meetings between the peasant leaders and the Modi government. Farmer leaders say they will take part in scheduled talks. According to media reports, the peasant leaders said that it was important to hold a dialogue so that the stalemate could be resolved and the movement could end.
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Rahul Gandhi said – be a part of this Satyagraha
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted in support of the farmers through his Twitter account. Rahul Gandhi writes that the country’s Annadars are taking a stand against their arrogant Modi government for their rights. Today, the whole of India is raising its voice against the oppression of farmers and the rising prices of petrol and diesel. Join us and be a part of this Satyagraha
The peasant leaders left for the science building
Farmer leader Singh has left the border for Vigyan Bhaban for the ninth round of talks with the Modi government at the Center. But farmers say there is little chance of a solution at the meeting.
Bhupinder Singh Mann gave a big speech
Bhupinder Singh Mann, chairman of the All India Krishna Coordinating Committee, said that when the farmers said that we would not go before the committee. So there is no difference between the committees, so I left the committee.
Our crops get legal guarantee of MSP
According to media reports, the farmers leaders said that we will take part in the meeting held today. However, we do not expect more solutions. We just want the return of agricultural law. Also, our crops get legal guarantee of MSP.
The issue of discussion in the eighth phase was also illegal
Let us know that the 7th meeting between the peasant leaders and the government was held on 7th January. These discussions were also dull. Farmers were adamant in demanding repeal of the law and there was no consensus on legalizing MSP. After a four-hour meeting at the Science Building in Delhi, farmers said the law was not at home unless it was returned.