The central government has agreed to amend the bill. But the agitating farmers are unwilling to move from their commands. They had informed him before the meeting with the centre. This time they demanded the repeal of the three controversial agricultural regulations. They have declared to observe Bandh on December 6. Earlier, it was decided to burn the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, December 5. The announcement was made on Friday by the Indian Farmers Union (IFU).
The Indian Farmers’ Union said all national roads and toll squares would be blocked during the closedown. Harinder Singh Lakhowal, general secretary of the organization, told the media, “We informed the Center yesterday that the farming law should be abolished completely.” On December 5, we will burn the effigy of Prime Minister Modi across the country. I called for the closure of India on December 6. Many more will enrol in our movement.”
Farmers in Punjab and Haryana have been boycotting against the central decision for more than two months. They delayed the movement to the capital a week ago. Farmers from other states including Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand also joined it. Thousands of farmers are protesting on the Delhi-Punjab and Delhi-Haryana boundary at the period as Delhi police blockade the border. “We have to take this movement forward,” said Hannan Mollah, general secretary of the All India Kisan Sabha. The government must discontinue agricultural law. ”