Farmers Organization To Put International Pressure, Write To UK MPs To Stop Boris Johnson From Attending R-Day Event

Farmers’ Leaders could not reach a concrete conclusion about the proposal. While some organizations want the talks to go ahead with the government, some don’t.


The deadlock between the government and the farmers over the new farm laws is not coming to an end yet. Farmers are not willing to back down from their demand. The government has invited farmers for talks. Farmers organizations can send a reply to it. However, it is not yet clear whether the farmers’ organizations are ready to accept the proposal and talk to the government.

The meeting of farmer organizations on Tuesday was inconclusive

The meeting of the farmers’ organizations on Tuesday on the government’s proposal was also inconclusive. Farmers’ organizations could not reach any concrete conclusion about the proposal. According to the information, some organizations want the talks to go ahead with the government, while some organizations are not ready for this.

Farmers To Push For International Pressure?

Farmers are now preparing to put international pressure. In this context, farmers’ organizations are writing a letter to UK MPs urging them to stop their Prime Minister Boris Johnson from visiting India on Republic Day.

Congress’s protest against agricultural laws in UP today

On the date of the birth of farmer leader and former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh, the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee will hold a demonstration in Uttar Pradesh today in support of the farmers’ protest opposing the agricultural laws. According to the statement issued by the UP Congress Committee, party workers will gherao the houses / offices of BJP MPs and MLAs and clap, bang thalis at the houses / offices of BJP representatives demanding the withdrawal of all three farm laws.

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