New Delhi: Protest farmers call meeting after day Decision The Center’s proposal to hold talks while the government continues its agitation at the Delhi border points against the government’s new agricultural laws.
Referring to the Kovid-19 pandemic and cold, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar had invited farmers’ union leaders to hold talks on Tuesday instead of December 3.
“We will meet today to decide whether we should accept the center’s offer or not,” Farmer leader Baljeet Singh Mahal said.
On Tuesday, the sixth consecutive day in protest against the new agrarian laws, thousands of farmers are at various Delhi boundary points, fearing that it will dismantle minimum support pricing and corporate agriculture.
“In keeping with the cold and the Kovid-19, we invited the leaders of the farmers’ unions for a discussion before the scheduled meeting on December 3,” Tomar told PTI on Monday.
He said the meeting was called at 3 pm at the National Capital Science Hall on December 1, this time inviting leaders to attend the November 13 meeting.
Farmers on Monday said they had come to the nation’s capital for a “decisive battle” and demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi ask for his “Mann Ki Baat”.
He said he would continue his campaign until his demands were met.


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