This big leader broke with NDA in support of farmers and against agricultural laws Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar appealed to the protesting farmers and asked them to talk to the government. Talk about the objection they have to these laws.
National Democratic Party (RLP) convenor and MP from Nagaur Hanuman Beniwal has come out in support of the farmers. He has broken ties with the NDA opposing the agricultural laws of the central government. He has said that the BJP will now have to give its answer. Around 2 lakh farmers from Rajasthan are traveling to Delhi with us. Let us know that the convener of the National Democratic Party, which has aligned with the BJP at the Center, had already claimed in one of its meetings that he would travel to Delhi with more than 2 lakh farmers. 4 4 Kisan Movement (Photo: Social Media) Garje Shah in Assam: The blood of youth shed in the Northeast in the name of Speak-Movement Haryana CM appeals to farmers Farmers’ anger inside Haryana is increasing against the agricultural laws of the central government. They have started performing everywhere. There have also been reports of sabotage in many places. Even the black flags were shown by the farmers to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in the past and the deputy CM’s helipad was dug up. The Haryana government is trying to convince the farmers in any way. Today, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar appealed to the farmers who were protesting and asked to talk to the government. Talk about the objection they have to these laws. The government is ready to accept, the government has also asked to change many provisions. The next meeting between the government and farmers on 29 December At the same time, President of Swaraj India Yogendra Yadav says that we are proposing to negotiate with all the organizations on behalf of the United Kisan Morcha that the next meeting between the representatives of the farmers and the Government of India should be held on December 29, 2020 at 11 am. ” Mamta misses no opportunity to attack BJP, so raised the issue of Vishwabharati Demonstration in Rajasthan The Rajasthan Teachers Association joined the ongoing protests on the Singhu border against agricultural laws. A representative of the organization said, “Our organization has organized protests against the government in Rajasthan. These laws will affect the entire middle class. 4 Kisan Movement (Photo: Social Media) Farmers in Burari, Delhi are still adamant on their demands Protests by farmers against agricultural laws continue at Nirankari Samagam Ground in Burari, Delhi. Binder Singh Golewala of Bhartiya Kisan Union said, “It has been a full month for us here. The government should cancel these laws and we will go back.