On the protest against the three agricultural laws, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that the government is ready to consider every demand and problem of the farmer. Amit Shah has invited farmers to talk. The government has said that if the farmers want to talk soon, then they should shift to the place given to protest and then the next day the government will discuss with them.
Home Minister Amit Shah said, “I appeal to the agitating farmers that the Indian government is ready to negotiate.” The farmers have been called by the Agriculture Minister to hold talks on 3 December. The government is ready to consider the demands of the farmers and all the problems. ”
He added, “In many places, farmers are living with their tractors and trolleys in this cold. I appeal to him that Delhi Police is ready to take you to the big ground, please go there. You will be allowed to hold the event there. ”
The Union Home Minister said that if the farmers’ union wants to hold talks before December 3, then I assure you that as soon as you shift your demonstration to the allowed place, our government will address your concerns the very next day. Will conduct talks to do.
If farmers’ unions want to hold discussion before 3rd December then, I want to assure you all that as soon as you shift your protest to designated place, our government will hold talks to address your concerns the very next day: Union Home Minister Amit Shah https://t.co/HjAcecdqQF
– ANI (@ANI) November 28, 2020
Significantly, farmers of several states including Punjab, Haryana are protesting against the three agricultural laws recently enacted by the central government. In this series, a large number of farmers under Delhi Chalo are still present on the borders of Delhi and their leaders have not decided yet to bring them to Burari Maidan, a place set by the police for the movement. A large number of farmers are currently protesting on the Singhu border and Tikari border in the presence of a heavy police force. Balbir Singh Rajewal, president of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Rajewal), told over the phone, “Currently, we are here (on the Delhi border). We still have not decided to go to Burari Maidan. We will hold a meeting in the evening to decide the future course of action. ”However, Shingra Singh, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ekta-Ugrahan), said on Saturday that they would not go to Burari Maidan in Delhi.