We will decide that the Center for Farmers should go to the Supreme Court under the Arbitrary Agricultural Act.

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The eighth round of talks between the Center and the farmers ‘leaders has been held for the last 44 days to end the farmers’ protest. Forty peasant leaders attended the meeting.

Balkaran Singh Brar, leader of the All India Krishak Sabha, told NDTV that the eighth round of talks with the central government had not yielded any results. The next meeting will be on January 15. At Friday’s meeting, the government told the leaders of the farmers’ organization that they should have a party in the ongoing case in the Supreme Court. But the farmers ‘leaders have made it clear to the government that whether we go to the Supreme Court or not, the leaders of the 40 farmers’ organizations will decide together. The government cannot advise us to go to court. There will be an important hearing in the Supreme Court on January 11. Brar said that we want to make it clear that our movement will continue until the three laws are repealed, whatever the verdict.

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The farmers have made it clear that they will not back down from their demands. Farmer leader Balwant Singh Bahram, who was involved in the discussion on behalf of the farmers, expressed a similar attitude. Bahram wrote in Punjabi in his diary on his desk that we would die or win. The determination of the peasant leaders shows that the government will try to weaken and isolate them by prolonging the talks. But they are not going to have any results.

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The eighth round of talks between the Center and the farmers ‘leaders has been held for the last 44 days to end the farmers’ protest. Forty peasant leaders attended the meeting. Apart from Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Railway and Food Supply Minister Piyush Goel and State Minister for Commerce Som Prakash also attended the meeting. Farmers have threatened to assemble a tractor in the capital on Republic Day if the demand is not met. The next meeting with the farmers will be on January 15.

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We will decide that the Center for Farmers should go to the Supreme Court under the Arbitrary Agricultural Act.
We will decide that the Center for Farmers should go to the Supreme Court under the Arbitrary Agricultural Act.

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