Farmers’ Protest: Efforts are on to find a way through dialogue between farmers’ protests against agricultural laws. The 11th round of talks between the farmers’ leaders, representatives and the government are being held at Vigyan Bhawan on Friday. Till now the conversation has been fruitless. In the last meeting, the government made an important proposal to postpone agricultural laws for 1.5 years, which was rejected outright by the farmer’s organizations. Meanwhile, on 26 January, farmers’ organizations are adamant on taking out a tractor rally in the capital. In view of the Republic Day celebrations, both the Central Government and the Delhi Police are shocked by this proposed rally of farmers. The Supreme Court has also refused to ban the rally, considering the law and order issue.
The hopeless, rally will be held on January 26: Mollah
Before the 11th round of talks at Vigyan Bhavan, the farmer leader and General Secretary of All India Kisan Sabha, Hannan Mollah said that there is not much hope from this round of talks. The government’s proposals were discussed in the General Assembly, after which it was unanimously rejected. The government should understand the mood of this movement and decide accordingly. Regarding the proposed Kisan Rally on Republic Day on 26 January, Mollah said that the gathering of farmers has started on Outer Ring Road. We will not change our schedule. The rally will be as proposed.
‘Kisans'(farmers) have started coming to the outer Ring Road & they will come. We can’t change the program. The rally will be held as declared: Hannan Mollah, General Secretary, All India Kisan Sabha, on the declared farmers’ rally on Jan 26, Republic Day in Delhi https://t.co/J7HhpIPITF
– ANI (@ANI) January 22, 2021