Amid the ongoing impasse during the Kisan agitation in Delhi, the Haryana government has once again appealed to the farmers to end their agitation and take a middle ground, so that the people of Delhi are not disturbed. Haryana Agriculture Minister JP Dalal has said that farmers should work with wisdom.
Minister JP Dalal said that I will ask all the peasant brothers to work with good faith and hold talks. It is not a good thing that we will stop the water of Delhi, stop the path of Delhi, surround Delhi and sit down. It is not Lahore or Karachi, it is the capital of the country.
Earlier, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that I appeal to the farmers that these laws are in the interest of farmers and that reforms are being done after a long wait, but if they have problems crying then we can discuss their concerns will draw. We will have a meeting with farmer leaders tomorrow. Let’s see to what extent the issue can be resolved.
Explain that the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) has threatened to strike trucks on December 8, if the demands of the farmers are not met. Apart from this, the agitating farmers in Delhi have said that they will continue the movement until they are met with PM Narendra Modi. The Bar Council has also protested the agricultural laws and demanded their withdrawal.
Bar Council condemned agricultural laws
Senior advocate HS Phoolka has said that the Bar Council of India condemns the agricultural laws and we will write a letter to PM Modi to withdraw it. It is also against the lawyers because it will not bring such cases in the jurisdiction of civil court, which will not give justice to the farmers.