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LIVE: Ready for talks, but need concrete proposal, say farmer unions
Farmers' protest LIVE updates: Thousands of farmers have been camping at several Delhi border points in cold-wave conditions against the new farm laws. Stay tuned for latest updates
Farmers from Haryana gather at Singhu border near Delhi as they join protests against laws liberalising agricultural markets. (PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist)
Farmers' protest LIVE updates Day 28: Protesting farmer unions on Wednesday asked the government to not repeat "meaningless" amendments to the new agri laws that they have already rejected but come up a concrete proposal in writing for another round of talks. Addressing a press conference, a farmer leader said they were ready for talks, but the government should send a concrete proposal for that to happen.
Bharatiya Kisan Union (Lok Shakti) chief Sheoraj Singh today wrote a letter in blood to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, demanding the repeal of the three new farm laws that have stoked massive protests by farmers' unions in north India.A group of protesters showed black flags to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday and even tried to block his convoy in Ambala City, as demonstrations were held in several other states in support of the thousands of farmers, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, who are on a sit-in since November 26 on the borders of the national capital, demanding the repeal of the three new farm laws.
While a couple of farmer unions have been on a sit-in on the Delhi-Noida border against the farm laws, a group of protesters, mainly residents of Jewar and Dadri in Greater Noida, came out on roads in support of the laws and was stopped by police at Mahamaya Flyover.
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