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Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar reportedly met late on Sunday, 29 November, night at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief JP Nadda’s Delhi house, sources said

This comes a day after Shah had said that the government is ready to “deliberate on every problem and the demands of the farmers”, given the protest is shifted to the “designated place”. The farmers on Sunday had rejected the offer.

On Monday, security was tightened and barricading was done at the Ghazipur-Ghaziabad (Delhi-UP) border where farmers have gathered in protest against Centre’s farm laws, ANI reported. Meanwhile, as farmers continued their protest at the borders of Delhi, the Delhi Traffic Police said that Tikri and Singhu borders are closed for any traffic movement.

Addressing a press conference from the Singhu border on Sunday, State President of BKU Krantikari (Punjab) Surjeet Singh Phul had said that they will never go to Burari as it is “an open jail” and not a park.

Speaking on his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday, PM Modi said that the government is “committed to the welfare of farmers”
Farmer bodies will intensify the stir and protests are scheduled to start in other states from 1 December
Home Minister Amit Shah had asked the protesters to shift to “designated place” to hold talks before 3 December
Haryana Khaps have extended support to the protesting farmers

Farmer Protests Happening Due to Misconceptions: Nitish Kumar
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Monday said that the protests by farmers are happening due to misconceptions.

“The central government wants to talk to farmers to dispel the fear of issues in the procurement mechanism. So I believe that dialogue should take place. The protests are happening on account of misconceptions,

Amit Shah Holds Late Night Meet With Rajnath Singh, Narendra Tomar: Report

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