Farmer Stir: Farmer divided, some of them now supporting government

New Delhi: It has been 13 days for the farmer movement against the agricultural laws of the Central Government. The sixth round of talks is scheduled between the government and farmers on Wednesday, December 9. However, the first 5 rounds of talks have been inconclusive. But even before the next round of meeting, the farmers of Haryana are divided into two groups. More than 1 lakh farmers have written to the government and supported the agricultural laws. He has said that new laws should not be withdrawn. However, he has said to change the law according to the suggestions of farmers.

Let us tell you that thousands of farmers have been demonstrating on the Delhi border for 13 days. For this reason, all the borders of Delhi have been sealed. Heavy police forces and paramilitary forces are ready to deal with any emergency on the border. Farmers today have called for a Bharat Bandh. 20 political parties and 10 trade union farmers are supporting this drive. Although 4 borders of Delhi adjoining Haryana are completely closed, 2 borders are open only for light vehicles.

Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait said that we will demonstrate in a peaceful manner. We will deliver water and fruits to those who are stuck in a bandh for 2-3 hours. Due to the peasant movement, we will not let the common man have any problem.