New Delhi : The deadlock between the government and farmers over the new agricultural laws remains intact. Even after the bitter cold and rain, the farmers have remained at different borders in Delhi. The next round of talks between the government and the farmers is also to be held today to end the deadlock. Today is the 40th day of the farmers movement. The most important question is whether the agitation will end after the next round of talks with the government today. Farmers’ organizations have announced to intensify the agitation if negotiations fail.
According to the information, the farmer leader and the Union Minister will meet at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi at 2 pm. Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary expressed hope that in today’s meeting there will be agreement and problems of farmers will be solved. Farmer leader Manjit Singh Rai said while performing at the Singhu border in Delhi, farmers in Sangrur were lathi-charged. We condemn it. We inform the Punjab government that if you do not stop lathi-charge on the farmers, a front will be opened against them in Punjab.
Desh Jagriti Pakhwada will be celebrated from 6 to 20 January. On this day, farmers will march on KMP Expressway. Farmers who have put up a march on Shahjahanpur will also travel towards Delhi. On January 13, Kisan Sankalp Diwas will be celebrated all over the country on Lohri. Harmeet Singh, the head of the Indian Farmers Union Qadian said that on January 13, we will celebrate the festival of Lohri by burning copies of agricultural laws. Between 6-20 January, protests, marches etc. will be organized in favor of farmers all over the country. Azad Hind Kisan Day will be celebrated on 23 January.