Farmers’ Protest: Farmers protesting against the farmers’ bills are standing on the border of Delhi. Their protest demonstration continues for the fifth consecutive day on Monday. The offer of conditional negotiations with the government has been turned down by the farmers. The government says that the farmers should hold their protest first at Burari Ground, after which negotiations will begin. The farmers have also warned that they will close all the five entry routes to the capital. Meanwhile, due to farmer demonstrations, traffic in Delhi has also been greatly affected. At the same time, the farmers who reached Nirankari Samagam Ground on Saturday, their protest is also continuing there. Now the next step of the government is on watch.
The Delhi Police has given information by tweeting that in view of the protests of the farmers, the ticker border is closed for the traffic movement. Jharoda, Dhansa, Daraula, Jhatikheda, Badusari, Cottonheda, Rajokri NH-8, Bijwasan, Palam Vihar and Dundahera border are open for going to Haryana.
Delhi Police said that the Singhu border is closed from both sides. Take the driver alternate route. Traffic has been diverted from Mukarba Chowk and GTK Road. Traffic is severely affected. Delhi Police avoided going to Signer Bridge to Rohini Outer Ring Road, GTK Road, NH 44 and Singhu Border.
Volunteer doctors are providing medical facilities
Volunteer doctors are giving medical facilities to the protesters who have gathered on the Singhu border of Delhi-Haryana. A doctor was told to ANI, “We appeal to the government to do a corona test of the farmers deposited here. Many farmers will fall prey to a farmer having a corona.
Let me tell you, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on Sunday that these agricultural reforms have given new rights and opportunities to the farmers and have started reducing their troubles in a very short time.
Delhi: Medical check-up camp setup at Singhu Border where farmers are protesting against the farm laws.
“We should conduct COVID-19 test here. If there’s any possibility of a super spreader, the disease might spread to other people which will be disastrous,” says a doctor. pic.twitter.com/QwFoqSADh4
– ANI (@ANI) November 30, 2020
Farmers turned down Amit Shah’s proposal
Agitating in protest against the agricultural laws of the central government, the farmers’ organizations of Punjab rejected the proposal of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. On December 3, Amit Shah released a video inviting the agitated farmers to talk. Shah had said that if the farmers want to negotiate before that, they will have to leave the barricades on the Delhi-Haryana border and go to the Nirankari Ground of Burari in Delhi.
More than 30 farmer groups met on Sunday after the stipulated condition and after that their chiefs have decided not to go to Burari as it is an open prison. At the same time, the farmers who have reached Nirankari Samagam Ground of Burari say that they will do what will be decided by the farmer unions.