MPs reach Singhu border to talk to farmers, farmers are sitting on hunger strike


New Delhi: In protest against the three central agricultural laws, the sit-in demonstration of farmers running on the Singhu border has entered the 28th day on Wednesday. Here a protestor said that the letter has been sent by the central government. It will be answered on Wednesday. The protests of the farmers are also continuing on the border against the agricultural laws. A protestor said that on Farmers Day, I want to say the same thing to the Modi government, that they can gifts to us today by withdrawing the agricultural laws because Abka farmers are educated and they know about these laws.

On the instructions of TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, 5 party MPs including Derek O’Brien, Satbadi Roy, Prasoon Banerjee, Pratima Mondal, and MD Nadimul Haque reached the Singhu border and met the farmers sitting on hunger strike there. At the same time, the agitating farmers protesting against the agricultural laws are now preparing to surround the central government. Farmer leaders have sent letters to MPs in England and appealed to prevent their Prime Minister from attending the Republic Day celebrations in support of farmers. Farmers have also announced their strategy to respond to the government late in the evening.

In this, the farmers are concerned that the central government should tell whether the agricultural laws will be canceled or not, after that, they will tell whether they will go for talks or not. In this strike common people facing a lot of problems as they blocked the GT road, service road in Pitampura, even two-wheeler are also not allowed. This creat a major problem. On Tuesday the farmer blocked the Meerut expressway, Kundli, Ghaziabad, and Palawan too. Delhi Traffic Police had to divert routes near Ghazipur and Anand Vihar as the traffic is uncontrollable.

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