Farmers Protest: Government ready to discuss Farmers Protest in Parliament, consensus on 14-hour debate

The conflict between the ruling party and the opposition parties over agricultural laws is at its peak during the budget session. Meanwhile, information has been received that the government has agreed to discuss the issue of farmer Prostest in Parliament for a long time. Now 14 and a half hours have been given time instead of 10 hours for discussion in the House.

As soon as the Rajya Sabha proceedings started on Wednesday, Ghulam Nabi Azad of Congress raised the issue of farmers today. Ghulam Nabi Azad said that we wanted the farmers protest and agricultural laws to be discussed first.

At the same time, leaders and activists of leftist organizations will join the march from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar in support of the farmers protest. March will start at 12 noon. This March will include people and students from organizations like JNUSU, AICCTU, AIPWA, AISA, AISF, Anhad, CYSS, DSF.

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Let me tell you that the picture has not yet been clear regarding the talks between the government and farmer organizations to solve the farmers protest. At the same time, the farmers’ protest is going on three borders of Delhi. The strictness of the police is being increased there.