Kisan agitation: fifth-round meeting today, announced Bharat bandh on eight of December

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There will be the fifth round of talks between the farmers' organizations and the government on the Delhi border against agriculture law today. No consensus was reached in the fourth round of talks on Thursday. Farmers' organizations are adamant about withdrawing the law altogether. For this, a special session of Parliament has also been called for.


Before the talks to be held today, we have tried to put pressure on the central government. After the mahapanchayat on the Indus border on Friday, farmer organizations announced a Bharat Bandh on 8 December. Along with this, warned that if the new agricultural laws are not withdrawn, then the whole of India will be closed in favor of the farmers. Also, all the tolls will be made free across the country. After the fourth round of talks on Thursday was inconclusive, for the ninth consecutive day, the farmers sat on different boundaries of Delhi.


Farmers' organizations of Punjab met on the Singhu border earlier on Friday morning to discuss the talks with the government on agricultural laws on Thursday. After this, farmer leaders from all over the country met and formulated a strategy for Saturday's talks. After the meeting, the United Kisan Morcha said, "The government is ready to amend the laws, but we have clearly said that these will have to be withdrawn." Farmer leader Harinder Pal Lakhowal said the government has been told to withdraw the law. If the demand is not met, India will be closed on December 8. At the same time, effigies of government and corporate will be burnt on the whole country on Saturday. Farmer leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni said, if the government does not listen to us on Saturday, then the agitation will increase further. All India Kisan Sabha general secretary Hanan Mollah said the government will have to withdraw all three laws. Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait said, "The movement will continue till the government does not listen to the farmers."


All three agricultural laws are necessary. We do not agree with the demand to cancel them. However, these laws need to be changed drastically. Must guarantee MSP. Unlimited rights granted to the corporate sector are not accepted. These laws do not talk about protecting the interests of small farmers. - Dinesh Kulkarni, National Organization Minister, Indian Farmers Association

Boxing coach Sandhu will return Dronacharya Award

On Friday, celebrities returned awards and honors in support of farmers. National Boxing Coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu, who won India's first Olympic medal, said, "If the government does not accept the demand of farmers, they will return the Dronacharya Award." Sahitya Akademi Award-winning Dr. Mohanjeet, Dr. Jaswinder Singh, and Punjabi screenwriter Swarajbir announced the return of the award.

Letter to the President - People of Delhi held hostage

BJP leader Kapil Mishra has written a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind, demanding to take cognizance of the problem of the people of Delhi. He wrote, Delhiites have been taken hostage by the farmers who have gathered at the gateways of Delhi. You are appealed to meddle in this matter and address the concerns of Delhiites.