Farmers adamant on not going to Burari will discuss further planning at border
Farmers adamant on not going to Burari will discuss further planning at border

New Delhi: It has been four days today for farmers protesting against agricultural laws. The farmers have been demonstrating at the Delhi border since 26 November. The farmers are on the Delhi-Haryana border Sindhu border. Some farmers are present at the disparate Samagam Maidan in Delhi. On Saturday, the farmers have determined that they will protest at the Indus border right now and will not go to the unrelenting gathering ground of Burari.

The farmers have determined that they will meet at 11 am every day and decide the future plan. Farmers' meeting is going on along the border Indus border of Delhi-Haryana. Farmers are determined not to go to Burari field. On Saturday, a 90-minute long meeting was held between representatives of farmers and senior officers of Delhi Police and IB officers.

Delhi Police and IB officials told the representatives of the farmers that due to the closure of one national highway including two borders, people coming to Delhi from other state are facing a lot of problems. Farmer leaders said that they should be allowed to perform at Ramlila Maidan or Jantar Mantar. Police officials said that COVID guidelines are applicable in Delhi and with so many trucks and tractors, the protesters will neither come to Jantar Mantar nor Ramlila Maidan. So it is difficult for them to protest here.

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