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New Delhi: Following the clashes and massive tractor parade on January 26 in Delhi, farmers protesting over GoI’s three contentious farm laws on Wednesday said they have suspended plans for a march to parliament next Monday (February 1) when India’s annual budget will be unveiled. The farmers have also held “miscreants” and “agents of the government” responsible for the violent clashes. During the violent clashes, one death and many injuries were also reported after a…

New Delhi: Following the clashes between protesting farmers and police on January 26, Delhi Police is reportedly going to issue a lookout circular against the farmers’ leaders named in the 25 FIRs. The leaders will also be asked to surrender their passports, reported news agency PTI. Over 30 leaders, who have been in talks with the GoI for the last two months over the three farm laws, were booked for ‘rioting, criminal conspiracy, attempt to…

New Delhi: On Tuesday, after clashes erupted between farmers and Delhi police during the tractor rally, Police have registered 22 cases so far. 22 FIRs have been registered in connection with the violence during farmers’ tractor rally on Tuesday, police said in a statement, adding, more FIRs are expected to be registered. More than 300 Police personnel have been injured after being attacked by agitating farmers on January 26, police added. On January 26, groups…

Mumbai: Amid protests by farmers in Delhi outskirts against three contentious farm laws passed by the parliament of India in September 2020, thousands of farmers from 21 districts of Maharashtra gathered at Nashik on Saturday and are marching to cover the 180 kilometres to state capital Mumbai, where they will hold a massive rally Monday at the city’s iconic Azad Maidan. The Rajya Sabha Member and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar, whose party is…

Jammu: In support of farmers protesting on the borders of Delhi against agricultural laws, several associations in Jammu on Saturday staged a protest outside the Governor house and demanded that new laws must be rolled back at an earliest. During a protest outside the Governor’s House in Jammu, Kishore Kumar, a senior leader of the Kisan Tehreek said that the Supreme Court had stayed agricultural laws but the government of India had not. He said…

Karnataka: In solidarity with the protesting farmers at Delhi borders seeking revocation of three contentious agricultural laws introduced by the Government of India (GoI), farmers in Karnataka have planned a massive tractor rally in Bengaluru on Republic Day. The farmer unions have planned a tractor rally on January 26 comprising tens of thousands of farmers to push for the repeal of the three laws. According to a report by The Indian Express, there would be…

New Delhi: The Government of India (GoI) has proposed to suspend the three farm laws for one and a half years and set up a joint committee to discuss the legislation at the tenth round of talks with farmer unions. However, the farmer leaders did not immediately accept the government’s proposal and said they will revert after internal consultation on January 21. The next meeting has been scheduled for January 22. Quoting Bharatiya Kisan Union…

Kerela: A twenty-two-year-old student from Kerala has begun cycling from his state to Jammu and Kashmir in solidarity with the farmers protesting at Delhi borders against three farm laws introduced by the Government of India (GoI) in September 2020. Jibin George, a second-year hotel management student at Rajadhani Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology (RIHMCT) in Kerela, is starting his journey from Thiruvananthapuram and cycling all the way to JK, reports said, adding he…

New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has summoned Baldev Singh Sirsa, president of the Lok Bhalai lnsaf Welfare Society (LBIWS)-one of the farmers’ unions participating in talks with the Government of India (GoI)- in connection with a case registered against a leader of Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), India Today reported. Baldev Singh Sirsa has been summoned for questioning on January 17. Quoting NIA sources, the report said that he has been called as a…

New Delhi: Day after the Supreme Court of India suspended the newly enacted controversial agriculture laws and said a committee of agricultural experts would be formed to take over negotiations with farmers to end the crisis, farmer unions have said that they would not participate in the consultation process. The unions, according to a report by The Indian Express maintained that they would only settle for the repeal of the laws, and their protest would…