Agriculture law: Farmers said, 'Government is not ready to listen, want to weaken our movement'
Agriculture law: Farmers said, 'Government is not ready to listen, want to weaken our movement'

New Delhi: The protests of farmers on the Singhu and Tikri border against the new agricultural laws of the Center continue unabated today for the 15th day. The farmers who have declared war with the government are not ready to bow down to their demands under any circumstances. The farmers have urged the government to accept their demands at the earliest. Farmers fear that these laws will end the minimum support price (MSP).

One farmer said that the government is still not ready to listen to the people. The government is not paying any attention to the impact it is having on people, what problems they are facing. The government is deliberately adamant. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Manjit Singh said that the intention of the government is to weaken the farmers' movement, but we will not let this happen. Soon many more farmers are coming to Delhi to participate in the movement.

According to the information, the farmers standing along the Indus border on Wednesday completely rejected a proposal sent by the Central government. Farmers have announced that there will be daily demonstrations across the country. In Punjab, Haryana, UP, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, the protest will be allowed on the 14th, which will not take part, it will travel towards Delhi. The Jaipur-Delhi highway will be stopped on the 12th and toll plazas will be made free of cost for the entire country on the 12th.

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