Farmers Protest: Thousand of farmers protesting at Singhu border, refused to go Burari

New Delhi: Thousands of farmers have been living on the Singhu border for the last four days. Earlier they wanted to go to Delhi, but now they have blocked the NH-44 completely after being stopped. The protesting farmers had a meeting today for further strategies. In that he has rejected the proposal of the Central Government. The farmers have clearly stated that they will not perform at Nirankari Maidan in Burari, but will remain seated on the Singhu border. Farmers say that if they get an invitation in writing from the Prime Minister and the Home Minister, then only they will be ready for talks.

Let me tell you that while on one hand the farmers have refused to go to Burari, on the other hand, loud preparations are going on for their performance in Nirankari Samagam Maidan.

At present, all the farmer organizations are meeting among themselves on the Singhu border. At the same time, the farmers of Punjab have taken up their proposal with the United Kisan Morcha. Negotiations are continuing with the coordination committee of the front. It has been told that at four in the evening, the farmer leader will hold a press conference on the Singhu border.

After a long meeting, agitating farmers on the Singhu border have refused to go to Burari. Farmer leaders say that they will sit on the dharna until a Union minister comes to talk.

Explain that thousands of farmers have been living on the Singhu border for the last four days. Earlier they wanted to go to Delhi, but now they have blocked the NH-44 completely after being stopped. Farmer leaders present in the demonstration have made it clear that they are ready only for talks with the Prime Minister and the Home Minister and the call for that is also received in writing only when the talk is expected.

The agitating farmers reached the protest site on Sunday, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee. Here the members of the management committee are providing food and water to the farmers performing.

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