Farmers Protest Continues as there is no Possible Resolution

February 01, 2021 12:24
Farmers Protest Continues as there is no Possible Resolution

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Farmers Protest Continues as there is no Possible Resolution:- It has been over two months after farmers staged protests at the borders of the national capital New Delhi. Over ten rounds of talks initiated between the Farmer Unions and the Centre but the talks went unsuccessful. The Tractor Rally created a sensation across the country and several unwanted incidents took place during the rally. The farmers made it clear that they would not stop the protests till the introduced three farm laws are shelved. The Supreme Court asked the Centre not to implement the new laws for the next one and a half year. The apex court also asked the Centre to form a sub-committee and submit a detailed report.

With the protests of farmers taking place, the entry and exit gates of Brigadier Hoshiar Singh, Bahadurgarh city, Pandit Shree Ram Sharma and Tikri borders heading to New Delhi are completely closed. The national capital is filled with traffic after several key borders are closed. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that the Delhi government will provide all the necessary help to the farmers who are protesting against the farm laws. 59 lookout circulars are issued against the farmer leaders who are responsible for the violence during the tractor rally on the Republic Day. All airports and sea ports are alerted to detain them at the immigration.

The Farmer Unions announced that they are ready to resume the talks with the Centre if a possible solution is found. Some of the Farmer Unions announced that over 100 farmers went missing after the recent tractor rally and announced a helpline number if there is any information provided about the missing farmers.

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