Protesting farmers reject the government's proposal, confrontation increased

Protesting farmers reject the government's proposal, confrontation increased

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Protesting farmers, demanding the repeal of three new agricultural laws, on Wednesday rejected the Center's proposal that it had been willing to offer written assurance to continue the MSP. Farmer leaders said here that if the govt sends another proposal, then they will consider them. Farmer leader Shiv Kumar Kukka said that if all the three laws aren't repealed, then the streets of Delhi are going to be closed one after the opposite and farmers also can take a choice on entering the Delhi through the Indus border.

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He said that in protest against this law, farmers will encircle the district headquarters within the states on December 14 and before that on December 12, the Delhi-Jaipur expressway are going to be closed. Farmer leader Darshan Pal said that on December 12, Agra-Delhi Expressway are going to be closed and no tax are going to be paid on any tract of the country thereon day. Farmer leader Prahlad Singh Bharukheda said that there's nothing new within the government's proposal and that we will continue our protest against the new agricultural laws. Thousands of farmers are demonstrating against the three agricultural laws in several borders of Delhi within the last days.

Agricultural Laws : Agriculture scientist Varinder Pal Singh turned down the award

Agriculture scientist Varinderpal Singh of Punjab Agricultural University refused to receive the award of Fai, the organization of fertilizer industry, to point out solidarity with the farmers. The joint winner of the Golden Jubilee Award of Varindarpal Singh Fertilizer Association of India was announced for the work associated with plant nutrition.

Five opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi met the President

In the midst of the farmers' movement, five opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi, Sarda Pawar met President Ram Nath Kovind. Vipchi leaders told that in their meeting with the President, they requested to repeal the three agricultural laws. After the meeting, Rahul said that we told the President that the withdrawal of those laws is extremely important.

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