Farmers Reject Centre’s Proposal To Suspend Farm Laws For 1.5 Years, To Continue With January 26 March

INDIA Team Latestly|

Farmers protesting against the controversial farm sector laws have rejected the Centre's new proposal of putting them on hold for 18 months while negotiations continue with a fresh committee. The government had put forward the proposal at the 10th round of negotiations with the farmers' unions. After nine rounds of inconclusive talks, it was seen as holding out hope of a breakthrough. The farmers had given no immediate reply. Several of them later said their plans for a big tractor rally on Republic Day had unnerved the government. As the protest outside the Delhi borders entered its 58th day, the farmers after a meeting at the Singhu border, said that they want a full repeal of the three Central farm laws & a fresh law to ensure that they get Minimum Support Price for their produce. The protesters, who had been camping at the Delhi border since November 26, said the January 26 tractor march will progress as planned.

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