Farmers protest update: If the government send a draft for legal MSP, we will accept letters of invitation

Farmers protest live update: Farmer leaders said that If the government sends a draft for legal MSP, we will accept letters of invitation. After a meeting in the Singhu border, the farm unions said, “Send a concrete proposal with an agenda and do not redo the amendments already rejected.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today paid tribute to former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh, praising his dedication to the farmers of the country as he wished for Farmers Day. Meanwhile, the government’s proposal for a new offer to resolve the deadlock over controversial agricultural laws could be decided after protests by farmer unions, who urged people to celebrate the anniversary of the pre-meal on ‘Farmer’s Day’.

Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh in support of his movement. Several farmers visited the ‘Kisan Ghat’ on Wednesday morning to pay tribute to Chaudhary Charan Singh, known for farmer-friendly policies. A police officer said, “On Farmers Day, many farmers came here to pay their respects on Farmers Day. They are paying tribute and leaving soon.” To mark Farmers’ Day, farmers organized a ‘havan’ on the border of Ghazipur.

Here are the latest updates on farmers’ protest:
Leaders of farmer organizations said that “no concrete proposal has been received from the government”. An attempt is being made to break the “Andolan”. “The government-written proposal is repeating the oral proposal during the fifth round of negotiations which we have already rejected.”

Farmer leader Kulwant Singh Sandhu had said that 32 farmers unions of Punjab held a meeting on Tuesday and discussed the next phase of action. A meeting of farmer leaders across India will be held on Wednesday, where the government’s negotiation proposal will be decided. In a letter to 40 Union leaders Vivek Aggarwal, Joint Secretary in the Union Ministry of Agriculture, on Sunday asked farmer leaders to specify their concerns on their first proposal to amend the laws and choose a convenient date for the next round.

The dialogue so that the ongoing agitation can be concluded at the earliest. Agriculture Minister Tomar said on Tuesday that he hoped the opposing unions would meet their internal discussions soon and resume talks with the government to resolve the crisis.

Traffic was disrupted in the border areas of the national capital due to the stir. Delhi Traffic Police said that Chila and Ghazipur borders are closed for traffic coming from Noida and Ghaziabad to Delhi. It has advised people to take an alternate route to Delhi via Anand Vihar, DND, Apsara, and Bhopra borders. Singhu, Auchandi, Piyu Maniyari, and Mangesh Border are also closed and passengers have been advised to take the route through the Lampur, Safiabad and Saboli toll tax limits. Police said that since traffic diverted from Mukarba and GTK Road, people have been suggested to avoid Outer Ring Road, GTK Road and National Highway (NH) 44.

People traveling to Haryana can pass through Jharoda (single carriageway only), Daurala, Kapashera, Badusarai, Rajokhari NH-8, Bijwasan-Bajghera, Palam Vihar, and Dundara border. According to the traffic police, the Tikri, Dhansa, and Ghazipur border is also closed for traffic, but the Jhatikara border was open only to two-wheelers and pedestrians.

After entering the 28th day of farmers’ protests against the Center’s controversial agrarian reforms, Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh made an appeal on Wednesday, saying that he hoped “the movement would end soon”. “Today, on the occasion of Farmers Day, I wish all the contributors of the country. They have provided food security to the country. Some farmers are agitating about agricultural laws. The government is speaking to them with full sensitivity. I Hopefully, they will withdraw their protest soon, ”he said in a post on Twitter.