New Delhi: The protest of farmers has not ended till now against the agricultural laws. Yesterday, amidst Bharat Bandh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held talks with farmer leaders. After that, it has been decided that a written proposal will be made on Wednesday, although the sixth round of talks will be held between the farmers' leaders and the government today, which has been postponed by the farmers. The talks held yesterday were considered very important but this meeting was also inconclusive.
The farmer leader is going to meet on the Indus border on the government's proposal. In the midst of all this, the Home Minister has made it clear that the government will not withdraw the agricultural law. After the meeting last yesterday, the Indian Farmers Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said, "The meeting with the Home Minister was positive. The government will make a proposal to the farmer leaders, which will be discussed. We want to withdraw the three agricultural bills, but the government wants amendments in the bills."
All India Kisan Sabha General Secretary Hannan Mollah says that today all the farmers are going to have a meeting on the Indus border (Delhi-Haryana border) at 12 o'clock, after which maybe some result will come out. Today is the 14th day of farmer protest in protest against agricultural laws.