Farmers' Protest: Decision on Centre's letter for talks today, say leaders; Kerala guv says no to special Assembly session
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said he was hopeful that the protesting unions would complete their internal discussion soon and come forward for talks.
Release of all political prisoners is one of our demands: In conversation with Sukhdarshan Natt of Punjab Kisan Union
As farmers continue to protest against the Centre's farm bills, they have also raised various other issues, one of them being a demand for the release of all political prisoners; farmers, activists, intellectuals, anybody wrongfully imprisoned in recent times.
Farmers' protest: After Bharat Bandh, Amit Shah's meeting with protesters yields inconclusive outcome
The bandh received widespread support on Tuesday as protesters from Opposition parties and several other organisations held symbolic ‘chakka jam’ demonstrations across the country.
"This is a people's movement, not just farmer's movement": In conversation with Manisha, a young student protesting against the Farm Laws at Tikri
Farmers and allies from Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh have been protesting in and around Delhi for the last 12 days. With allegations of hypocrisy and farmers being misled from the Centre, and criticism reigning strong from the Opposition, it is the voices of the protesters that need to be amplified and heard.
Bharat Bandh Today Updates: Rahul Gandhi, Sharad Pawar and other Opposition leaders to meet President over farm laws tomorrow
Bharat Bandh Today Updates: Meanwhile, farmers will be meeting Union Home Minister Amit Shah at 7 pm, as five rounds of talks have failed to break the impasse so far. Another round of negotiations is scheduled for Wednesday
The call for Bharat Bandh was given by All India Kisan Federation president Prem Singh Bhangu after the fifth round of talks between farmers' leaders and the Centre failed. The sixth round of talks is slated to occur on 9 December
Farmers' protest: Ahead of Bharat Bandh, BJP terms Opposition's support to agitation 'shameless double standard'
Ahead of Tuesday’s Bharat Bandh, protesting farmers at Delhi’s Singhu border have appealed for peace, and clarified that no shops and establishments will be forcibly closed on account of the bandh