Farmers Protest: Tightening their stand against three new agricultural laws, farmer leaders said on Tuesday that they're going to "get" these laws back from the govt . At an equivalent time, he said that his fight has reached the extent where he's "committed" to win it. He said that for his demands, he will completely block the shout border between Delhi and Noida on Wednesday. Addressing a news conference on the Singhu border, farmer leader Jagjit Dallewal said, "The government is saying that it'll not withdraw these laws, we are saying that we'll cause you to roll in the hay ." Has reached the stage where we are committed to win the case. "We aren't deed from the talks but the govt will need to concentrate to our demands and are available up with concrete proposals," he said.
Farmer leader Yudhveer Singh said that if the agitating farmers stay the borders of Delhi for an extended time, then their performance are going to be faster. He said that if the govt is thinking of something else then it's wrong.
On another side the continued deadlock between the farmers' organizations and therefore the government, on Tuesday, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the govt is prepared to continue the dialogue with "genuine farmer organizations" and find solutions to the difficulty with an open mind.
The another Farmer leader Jagjit Dallewal alleged that the central government is doing everything possible to discriminate between agricultural organizations but they need made up their mind and are united within the fight.
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