Farmers will march to Parliament on February 1

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The farmers, who have been protesting against the three agricultural laws of the Center on the border of Delhi for the last two months, will now march towards Parliament.

According to the news agency ANI, Darshan Pal of the revolutionary farmer union has said that now farmers will march on foot from different places in Delhi on February 1 towards Parliament.

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Thousands of farmers have been protesting at the Singhu and Tikri border of Delhi-Haryana since November 24 at Ghazipur border of Delhi-UP.

But till now the farmers had not made any attempt to enter inside Delhi. Now the farmers say that they will march towards Parliament.

For the last two months, farmers and workers of states including Punjab, Haryana have been living on different boundaries of Delhi. Farmers are demonstrating to demand the repeal of agricultural laws, and tomorrow, on Republic Day, they will take a tractor parade. Earlier, they were not allowed to do this from the Delhi Police, but now they have got consent for the rally.

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It has already been clarified on the part of farmers that their performance will continue till their demands are met, but even after more than ten negotiations have failed, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has expressed hope that this deadlock will soon Will end soon.

Talking to news agency ANI, the Agriculture Minister said, “The government is committed to the interests of farmers and agriculture. Under the leadership of the Prime Minister, the work has been done to increase the income of farmers, to connect farmers with new technology. The work of folding the MSP by one and a half times has also been done under the leadership of the PM. ”

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In his statement to the news agency, he hoped that in the coming days a solution will be found.

He said that even after the 11th round of talks with the farmers, when the solution was not found, he had asked the farmers to postpone the law for a year and a half. He insisted on finding a solution from the conversation.

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Reacting to the tractor rally, he said, “The farmers’ rally rally could have been held on any other day but they have announced to agitate only on January 26, so now the police administration is talking to them so that the event is peaceful.”

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