Farmers protest on day 23 Live Updates: PM Modi should talk to farmers and withdraw farm laws We will not give up our fight

The agitation of the resolute farmers demanding the return of new agricultural laws continues on the 23rd even today. Peacefully farmers on the borders of Delhi are demanding the government to repeal these laws as soon as possible. Strict security arrangements have been made at the Singhu border. Farmers say we will go if the central government calls for talks. The Supreme Court has said sit quietly, we are sitting here peacefully. The court said the case should be started. We haven’t talked in the last 8 days. We are ready to negotiate. At the same time, it has been made clear by the government that the law will not be repealed, but that an amendment is possible.

Explain that farmers have recently enacted three new agricultural laws – Producers Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilities) Act, 2020, Farmers (Empowerment and Security) Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 and Agreement on Debt Consolidation (Amendment) Act, 2020. Are protesting.

Live updates: –

Ghaziabad: Farmers remove service lane barricades from tractors. The road coming from the elevated road above the UP gate has been barricaded two days ago.

Shravan Singh Pandher, general secretary of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti, said that the formation of the committee was not a solution to the problem, even before the farmers refused to form a small committee. Tomar Ji’s letter written yesterday has confused the nation, there is nothing new in it. If something new had happened, we would have commented on it.

– Farmers continue to protest against agricultural laws on the Singhu border. “We do not trust the committee formed by the Supreme Court,” said Dayal Singh of the Kisan Mazur Sangharsh Samiti, Punjab. If the government talks and withdraws the black law it is fine, otherwise we will not leave this front. The Prime Minister should talk to the farmers and withdraw the agricultural laws.

Delhi: More tents are being set up at the Singhu border to protect protesting farmers from the bitter cold. “We have been preparing ourselves for a long time because our fight against black law will continue,” said one farmer. It’s getting colder now, so we’re putting up more tents.

– The farmers’ protest against the agricultural law on the Singhu border continues even today on the 23rd, during which strict security arrangements have been made at the border.