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The peasant movement, which entered its 20th day, has now turned into a battle. “The government is not ready to repeal the farmers ‘law and we will continue to do so,” the farmers’ leader said on Tuesday. “We are not running away from the discussion, but the government has to pay attention to our demands and give us a concrete proposal,” said Indrajith, a farmer leader on the Singhu border.

Indrajith said, ‘During the agitation, 20 farmers have lost their lives in 20 days, which means that almost one farmer loses his life every day. On December 20, we will pay tribute to these farmers by stopping people in villages across the country. The battle has now reached where it wants to win.

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said, “We want to have further discussions with the farmers.” We need to discuss the rules of each law with the farmers. Meanwhile, members of the Indian Farmers Union met Tomar on Tuesday evening.

Assocham’s claim – Rs 3,500 crore per day from performance. Loss of

The movement is beginning to have an impact on the economies of the three states. The Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) has claimed that Rs 3,500 crore has been spent on farmers’ performance every day. Being lost. This is hurting the economies of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The economies of these states are interconnected. The farmers’ movement has affected the transport system and broken the supply chain. This has pushed up the prices of fruits and vegetables across the country.

This is at a time when lockdown could begin in the country. Farmers, consumers and industries have to pay for this. The chamber’s general secretary has appealed to the government to resolve the issue as soon as possible. At the same time, farmers’ organizations are not ready to pursue their demands. A meeting of the joint front of farmers’ organizations will be held from 3 pm today. This week’s strategy will be discussed.

Gadkari said that in this demonstration, pictures of anti-national people were shown
Meanwhile, the government has spoken to farmers about getting ready for talks. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said, “There are some people who are misleading the farmers by misusing the demonstration. The movement saw a photo of a man from Naxal-affected Gadchiroli district. This man is currently in jail. He is among the farmers.” There is nothing to do directly or indirectly. The demonstration also featured photographs of anti-national speeches in Delhi. I have no idea how the photos of such people got there. Of course there are some people who are trying to mislead the farmers. I think this is wrong. ‘

Gadkari said, “I don’t think Anna Hazare will join the farmers’ movement.” We have not done anything against the farmers. Farmers have the right to sell in the market, to traders or anywhere else. In fact, on Monday, social activist Anna Hazare had asked the government to accept the demands of the farmers. He wrote a letter to the government approving the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission. Hazare had said that if the government did not accept these things, they would go on a hunger strike in support of the farmers.

10 farmers associations supported the Agriculture Act

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said 10 farmers’ associations in Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Bihar and Haryana have supported the agriculture laws. “We are ready for discussion,” Tomar told the protesting farmers. If they give their opinion on our proposal, we will definitely talk further.


  • The farmers have announced to stop the shout-out which was opened on Saturday night at the call of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.
  • Rapid Action Force (RAF) troops were deployed on the Delhi border on Tuesday. So far, only Delhi Police has been deployed here. Naxalite and anti-national photo was seen in the peasant movement.
  • Congress MP from Khadur Sahib in Punjab J.S. Led by Gill, demonstrations are being held at Jantar Mantar in Delhi in support of farmers. “I have learned that the Adani and Ambani groups have registered 53 agricultural companies,” Gill said.
  • Demonstrating at the Ghazipur border, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said, “Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is also a farmer.” At what price were their agricultural products sold? Were they sold on MSP?
  • On Tuesday, the farmers’ protests continued for the third day on the Jaysingpur-Kheda border of Rajasthan and Haryana. Protesting here, Kisan Mahapanchayat president Rampal Jat said that the three agricultural laws are in the interest of traders.
  • Farmers protesting on Delhi’s Sinha border are facing difficulties due to non-cleaning. Bhagsingh, a farmer from Sangrur Punjab, said, “It is wrong that the administration does not provide water to the washrooms here.”
  • Four protesting farmers near the Delhi border were killed in two separate road accidents on their way home. There are 2 in Patiala, one in Mohali and one in Fatehgarh Sahib.