Congress leader and former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath on Tuesday came out in enhance of the farmers protesting against Centre’s three farm laws. Nath said that the farmers today are much better informed than before.
“Are the farmers dull that they’ve gathered here in such numbers? There’s a immense difference in the farmers from 30 years ago and now. The farmers today are much better informed,” Nath said, as quoted by ANI.
Thousands of farmers from Haryana and Punjab are currently protesting in and around Delhi against the agriculture laws with a unmarried demand that the Modi government revokes the laws approved by Parliament in September. The farmers also held a nationwide shutdown on Tuesday from 11am to 3pm, which received enhance from major opposition parties and lawyers.
So far, several rounds of negotiations have taken place between Union ministers and farmers’ representatives to get to the bottom of the differences. On the other hand, the talks have been inconclusive. The farmers are fully prepared to carry on their ‘Delhi Chalo’ protest until their demands are meant and have stocked up on months of supplies.
Now ahead of sixth round of talks, Union home minister Amit Shah has invited farmer leaders for a talk at 7pm today. “The home minister’s office sent a message. We will be able to meet him. Efforts to get to the bottom of the farmers’ protests are going on. Our bandh today has been successful and peaceable,” said Rakesh Tikait, the leader of Bharatiya Kisan Union’s Tikait faction.[ad_2]