Farm Unions say that they will intensify their protests

  • Ahead of the next round of talks the Samyukt Kisan Morcha said that it would lead a ‘peaceful and non-violent’ Kisan parade on 26 January in the capital and across the country if their demand aren’t met.

  • The government and farmer unions are scheduled to meet again on January 4 to decide on demands to repeal the three newly enacted farm laws and provision of legal guarantee on the minimum support price for procurement.

  • Moreover the farmers have planned to hold a reversal of the Kisan parade on January 6 and subsequently burn the copies of the 3 farm bills on Lohri. Thereafter they will celebrate Kisan diwas on January 23 and finally a Kisan parade on January 26.


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