The government is facing the heat of the opposition inside the Parliament on various issues. Congress and other parties have said that until the government accepts their demands, they will not allow the monsoon session to proceed normally, but now there is a new problem for the government outside Parliament as well. Come standing.
Farmers who have been protesting near Delhi’s borders for more than eight months, demanding the repeal of three agricultural laws brought in in September last year, have said that they will begin their march at Jantar Mantar from July 22. But the “Kisan Parliament” will be organized.
Farmers’ organizations, which are leading the protests on the Singhu border, have decided that from Thursday, 200 protesters will go to Jantar Mantar every day.
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Farmer leaders said on Tuesday, “We will hold Kisan Sansad from July 22 till the end of the monsoon session and every day 200 protesters will go to Jantar Mantar. Every day a speaker and a deputy speaker will be elected. In the first two days, on the APMC Act. Discussion will take place. Later on other Bills will also be discussed every two days.
In this episode, the protesters held a meeting with Delhi Police officials on Tuesday, after which a farmer leader said that they would hold a peaceful protest at Jantar Mantar and no protesters would go to Parliament. The protest at Jantar Mantar will continue from 10 am to 5 pm.
Shiv Kumar Kakka, national president of Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Mahasangh, said, “When the police asked us to reduce the number of protesters, we asked them to focus on the law and order situation and also assured that the protest would be peaceful. Will happen.”
The monsoon session of Parliament began on Monday and is set to end on August 13. Farmer leaders and the Center have held several rounds of talks, but the deadlock still persists.
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