“We will die or we will win”, agriculture leaders stand firm in the midst of the Centre’s response to agricultural legislation

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The eighth round of talks between the central government and the farmers ‘organizations has started from Friday to end the farmers’ protests that have been going on for the last 44 days.

Although the central government is taking a proactive approach to agricultural legislation, 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.

The eighth round of talks between the central government and the farmers ‘organizations has started from Friday to end the farmers’ protests that have been going on for the last 44 days. Forty farmer leaders are taking part in the meeting which started around 2.30 pm. Apart from Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Railways and Food Supply Piyush Goel and State Minister for Commerce Som Prakash are also attending 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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As soon as the meeting started, the Agriculture Minister said that he would take the decision keeping the whole country in mind. Meanwhile, the peasant leaders said in unison that they would not return until the central government repealed the law. Balbir Singh Rajwal, leader of the Indian Farmers Union (BKU Rajjewal) group, has demanded the repeal of three new agricultural laws. He claimed that the government could not interfere in agriculture in this way. He said the government’s position was that it was not ready to resolve the dispute.

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“We will die or we will win”, agriculture leaders stand firm in the midst of the Centre’s response to agricultural legislation
“We will die or we will win”, agriculture leaders stand firm in the midst of the Centre’s response to agricultural legislation

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