TNN | Updated: Dec 9, 2020, 13:05 IST

The agitating farmers’ unions have rejected the government’s draft proposal on amendment to the farm laws. The farm leaders have further declared their intention to continue the agitation till all the three farm laws are repealed, with plans to block Delhi-Jaipur highway by December 12. Stay here for all live updates

TNN | Updated: Dec 9, 2020, 13:05 IST

The organisation has sought an explanation from agricultural minister Narendra Singh Tomar on “why home minister Amit Shah interrupted the discussion process”

Farmers’ group blames Centre for interrupting talks process

With the protesting farmers refusing to back down on their demand for a repeal of the three contentious farm laws, the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS), one of the organisations spearheading the movement, has blamed the Centre for interrupting the ongoing discussions between the two sides.READ FULL STORY20:34 (IST) Dec 11

“They (government) should first tell us when and where they want to meet us as they did for previous formal talks. If they invite us for talks, we will discuss that with our coordination committee and then take a decision,” Tikait told PTI.20:34 (IST) Dec 11

If government wants to talks to farmers it should convey that formally: BKU leader Rakesh Tikait

If the government wants to talk to farmer leaders that should be formally conveyed like in previous occasions, said Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait on Friday, asserting that anything less than scrapping of the new agri laws won’t be accepted.READ FULL STORY

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