Farmers Protest: 10th round of talks with Govt Today, tight security on borders
Today is a very important day for the ongoing farmers' movement on the issue of all three agricultural laws. The tenth round is to be held between the central government and the farmers.
New Delhi: The agitation of farmers' organizations protesting on the borders of the capital Delhi continues. The protesting farmers are adamant on demanding a withdrawal of agricultural laws.
Today is a very important day for the ongoing farmers' movement on the issue of all three agricultural laws. The tenth round is to be held between the central government and the farmers' organizations on Wednesday i.e. today.
Nine rounds of meeting were inconclusive
So far, nine rounds of meetings have been held between the farmers and the government, but all have remained inconclusive. Neither the government nor the farmers are willing to back down from their demands on this issue. Farmers want all three agricultural laws to be withdrawn. At the same time, the central government has said that both sides want to resolve the deadlock as soon as possible, but it is delayed due to the involvement of people of different ideology.
Meeting at 2pm:
This afternoon, the representative of the farmers' organization and the government will talk again. Till now, some issues have been agreed in the nine rounds of discussions, but the biggest demand of farmers is to withdraw the three laws. At the same time, the government says that it will not withdraw the law. However, only modification can be done.
Tractor rally on 26th January:
This meeting of farmers and government was to be held on Tuesday, but it was postponed to the last minute for today. Apart from this, there is also an important hearing in the Supreme Court today, in which the court will hear the case on the issue of farmers' tractor rally.
In fact, farmer organizations have announced to take out a tractor rally on January 26 and have sought permission from Delhi Police. At the same time, Delhi Police itself has turned to the Supreme Court by not giving permission. However, in the last hearing, the Supreme Court had said that it is for the police to take a decision on it.