Farmers strike: Threaten to block railway tracks if farm laws not repealed

As the farmers’ agitation on Delhi’s borders continues for the fifteenth day, the farmers said that they are now going to intensify their protest and sit on the rail tracks and stage in DC offices across the country to protest. Farmers have rejected the government’s proposal and are demanding rollback of controversial agricultural bills.

New Delhi: As the farmers’ agitation on Delhi’s borders continues for the fifteenth day, the farmers said that now they are going to intensify their protest and sit on the rail tracks and stage in DC offices across the country to protest. Farmers have rejected the government’s proposal and are demanding rollback of controversial agricultural bills.

Meanwhile, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar appealed to the farmers to consider the proposal of the Center. He stressed that the government is ready for further discussion. He said, “We can also talk on our proposal. No law is often completely flawed. The government is ready to discuss the provisions which will adversely affect the farmers.”

However, Delhi Police registered a case against the agitating farmers for not making social distinctions under the Pandemic Act and other sections at Alipur Police Station on 7 December.

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