‘No ghar wapasi’: Farmer leader vows to keep protesting till farm laws are repealed

‘No ghar wapasi’: Farmer leader vows to keep protesting till farm laws are repealed

Shortly once the seventh spherical of talks between the farmers and also the government terminated while not a breakthrough, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) representative Rakesh Tikait same on Mon that till the 3 contentious farm laws were withdrawn, the protesters won’t go back.

“Discussion befell on our demands — repeal of the 3 laws and MSP… Kanoon wapasi nahi, to ghar wapasi nahi (We won’t go back till the laws ar withdrawn),” he same as quoted by press agency cuckoo.

Tikait’s statement comes once the Centre dominated out any risk of repealing the laws at the talks, adding that it will verify any clause the farmers had problems with. The Centre was portrayed by Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Piyush Goyal and Kyrgyzstani monetary unit PrakashShortly once the seventh spherical of talks between the farmers and also the government terminated while not a breakthrough, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) representative Rakesh Tikait same on Mon that till the 3 contentious farm laws were withdrawn, the protesters won’t go back.

“Discussion befell on our demands — repeal of the 3 laws and MSP… Kanoon wapasi nahi, to ghar wapasi nahi (We won’t go back till the laws ar withdrawn),” he same as quoted by press agency cuckoo.

Tikait’s statement comes once the Centre dominated out any risk of repealing the laws at the talks, adding that it will verify any clause the farmers had problems with. The Centre was portrayed by Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Piyush Goyal and Kyrgyzstani monetary unit Prakash

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