Farmers’ Protest : Gujarat, Rajasthan’s farmers join protest

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New Delhi : The third round of talks with the farmers who are protesting against the agricultural law could not reach any end. The Centre will hold another round of talks with farmers on Thursday i.e. December 3, in a bid to end the protest over farm bills.

The protest has severely affected traffic movement in and out of Delhi. Farmers have been protesting near Delhi for more than a week and they have jammed roads and have been engaged in resistance with the police deployed on Delhi borders.

A delegation of the farmer groups will be meeting Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar today. Due to farmer’s protest, traffic in Delhi-NCR is badly affected as the farmers are blocking several borders like Singhu and Tikri towards Haryana and Chilla and Gazipur towards Uttar Pradesh. The Delhi Traffic Police have already closed the Singhu and Tikri borders for any vehicular movement which has caused diversions at various points in the capital.

Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh has offered to mediate between the Centre and farmers and will be meeting Home Minister Amit Shah today. Meanwhile, farmers from Gujarat, Rajasthan joined in the protest demanding the three farm laws be withdrawn.

Farmers from Gujarat have also joined the protest and show support towards the agitating groups at the Delhi borders. A group of farmers from Rajasthan have joined the protest Delhi-Haryana border at Singhu, demanding the Centre’s farm laws be withdrawn.

A farmer told ANI, “Around 500 farmers from Rajasthan are reaching here soon. PM Modi said many times that MSP will be protected. So, what’s the problem in putting it in writing?”

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