Government again calls 40 farmers' organizations for talks, farmers hunger strike from today


The agitation of farmers continues for the 26th consecutive day against agricultural laws. At the same time, the central government has claimed that these laws are in the interest of farmers. The government says that it has resolved concrete problems and is ready to solve the remaining problems through negotiations. On the other hand, farmers are not willing to accept the law for less than the withdrawal. Now the farmers have written an open letter to the government. In this, he has announced to go on a hunger strike. On the other hand, the government has also written letters to 40 farmers' organizations in which they have been invited to speak once again.

The government has written a letter to farmers' organizations

The central government on Sunday invited farmers organizations protesting against the three agricultural laws on various borders of the capital Delhi for talks and asked them to set a date. Vivek Agrawal, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, has written a letter to farmers' organizations in this context. It is noteworthy that the Central Government had constituted a Ministerial Committee under the chairmanship of Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar to talk to farmers. Union ministers Piyush Goyal and Somprakash are its members. So far, five rounds of talks have been held with the government which has failed. Farmers' organizations have already held a meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, but the result has been zero.

Today farmers will go on hunger strike

Farmers have announced a day-long hunger strike against agricultural laws. Swaraj Abhiyan leader Yogendra Yadav says that on December 21, farmers will start a 24-hour fast at all picketing sites.

Beat plate during Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the countrymen on the last Sunday of every month through the radio program Mann Ki Baat. It is scheduled to air on 27 December. In such a situation, the leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union Jagjit Singh Dalewala has appealed to the people to keep beating the plate the whole time during this program of the Prime Minister.

Farmers will not pay the toll from 25 to 27 December

Jagjit Singh Dalewala, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), has made a new announcement about the farmers of Haryana. He says that the farmers of Haryana will go on a hunger strike on 21 December. Also, they will not pay the toll on the Nakas from 25 to 27 December.

Rakesh Tikait appealed

Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has made an appeal about Farmers Day coming in the midst of the farmers' movement. He has said not to make lunch on December 23 in view of the protest against agricultural laws.

Progress not seen in talks with government: farmers union

The agitation of 40 farmers' organizations on Sunday demanded 25 days of a complete withdrawal of new agricultural laws. Meanwhile, despite several rounds of talks with the government, the farmer leaders failed to end the deadlock. Unions have said that they do not see any change in the attitude of the government. Manjit Singh Rai, president of Bhartiya Kisan Union, frozen on the Singhu border, said that the government was hanging our case unnecessarily. He should withdraw this law now and send the farmers to their homes.