‘Ghar waapsi’ depends on ‘law waapsi’: Farmers to Government

Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblr The eight round of talks between the protesting farmers and the government on Friday failed to break the stalemate, and the next meeting will be held on January 15. The farmers remained adamant on their demand to repeal the Farm Acts. “Our ‘ghar wapsi’ (return to home) can happen only if you do […]

Continue Reading

Farmers’ protest LIVE Updates: Farmers forced to welcome New Year out on roads, says Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot – live update

Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblr The sixth round of talks between the central government and the protesting farmers took place on Wednesday with the government agreeing on two of the four issues which caused the famers to block border points in Delhi and surrounding areas since November 26. The Centre agreed to spare heavy fines for stubble burning […]

Continue Reading

Government bulldozed three farm laws, agriculture can’t be run sitting in Delhi: Sharad Pawar

Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblr The NCP supremo said the Centre has passed farm bills on the basis of their own strength in Parliament, didn’t consult the States and that’s why all the problems started NCP supremo and former agriculture minister Sharad Pawar on Tuesday accused the Centre of bulldozing three new farm laws without consulting States and […]

Continue Reading

Centre calls farmers for meeting over farm laws on December 30 in Delhi – india news

Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblr The Centre on Monday called protesting farmers for a meeting on Wednesday, December 30, in Delhi to discuss the three contentious farm laws, after the farmers’ unions agreed to restart negotiations with the government in a bid to resolve the stalemate. The invite comes amid one of the largest strikes by the farmers’ […]

Continue Reading

Sowing seeds of doubt: Farm Bills leave farmers, commission agents and workers worried

Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblr Farmers in Punjab are worried about the implications of the three new farm bills that will allow them to sell their produce directly to private players. Vikas Vasudeva reports on the concerns of farmers, commission agents and workers despite the government’s assurances that the legislation empowers them In June 2020, 55-year-old Shingara Singh […]

Continue Reading