Prashant Dev, New Delhi: Today is the 60th day of the farmers' movement. That means, it is exactly two months that the movement against the agricultural laws of the central government started.
To resolve this issue, 11 rounds of meetings have been held between the government and farmer representatives so far, but no solution can be found far and wide. The government is ready to postpone the agricultural law for a year and a half and amend it, but farmers are not allowed anything less than the withdrawal of agricultural laws. So there is a deadlock on both sides.
According to sources, the police has approved the tractor rally of farmers on January 26. Farmer leaders said in a press conference that the farmers would enter Delhi and march peacefully. The route of the parade will be finalized today. There was a meeting between the farmer leaders and the police on Saturday. After this meeting, Yogendra Yadav of Swaraj India said that on January 26, the farmers will parade the Republic Day for the first time in this country. All these things have been confessed after five rounds of talks. All barricades will open, we will go inside Delhi and march. A broad consensus has been reached about the root. '
At the same time, the Delhi Police says that the farmers have not given us any written route yet, the written route will come, then they will tell. According to Delhi Police sources, the farmers were told the route outside the ring road. An agreement has been reached on that On 26th, farmers will hold a tractor rally. There will be a rally in the areas near the border. Farmers cannot go on the ring road.
On Friday, the 11th round of meetings between the farmers' representatives and the government took place. But no agreement was reached between the two sides. In this meeting, the government gave a strong message to the farmer leaders. If the government stuck to the proposal to ban these laws for a year and a half, the farmers were adamant on repealing the laws. Now the government has refused to talk further. It was also clear from the government that there is no deficiency in the law. The government can only discuss the law point by point but there is no question of a refund.
The farmers, who are camping on the borders of Delhi amid intense cold and rain, are not in a mood to return without ensuring fulfillment of their demands.
A large number of farmers have been blocking different borders of Delhi since November 26, demanding the repeal of the new agricultural laws. The farmers have blockaded many border points connecting Delhi to Uttar Pradesh and Haryana including Singhu, Tikri, Palwal and Ghazipur.
Till now 10 rounds of negotiations have been held between the government and the farmers, but all the efforts have been inconclusive.
At present, there is no solution to the issue. Negotiations also took place between the government and the farmers, but all efforts were inconclusive. The farmers are demanding the complete removal of three new agricultural laws.
The farmers' organizations are not willing to scale down their demands of a repeal of the agricultural laws and guarantee for the minimum support price (MSP) system.
Seeing that there is no solution to the issue among them, the anger among the farmers is gradually increasing.