Farmers go on ‘maun vrat’ throughout talks with Centre; needed ‘sure’ or ‘no’ reply to their calls for

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Farmers protest over Centres farm reform legal guidelines, at Delhi-Noida border close to Ghazipur, in New Delhi.

Farmers’ group went on a ‘maun vrat’ (vow of silence) throughout their fifth spherical of talks with the federal government and sought a reply in ‘sure’ or ‘no’ on their key demand of repealing the three new farm legal guidelines, union leaders mentioned. As their assembly with three union ministers, together with Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, continued for practically 4 hours, farmer leaders instructed the federal government to answer in “black and white” that whether or not it should repeal the legal guidelines or not.

“Farmer union leaders are sitting on a ‘maun vrat’,” Punjab Kisan Union chief Ruldhu Singh mentioned.

Kavitha Kuruganti of AIKSCC (All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee) mentioned the federal government was not responding to the pinpointed query of farmer leaders.

Gurlabh Singh Mahal, authorized advisor to Punjab Kisan Union, additionally mentioned the farmer leaders needed the federal government to reply in ‘Sure or No’.

Some farmer leaders current within the assembly have been seen placing finger on their lips and holding a paper written ‘Sure or No’ on that.

“All members of delegation have determined to maintain silent. The federal government aspect is making an attempt to attract us out. However there’s utter silence from our aspect,” Kuruganti mentioned. 

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