Protesters Reject ‘Centre’s Terms’, to continue Protests till Demands are met

Gurnam Singh Chaduni, said, "It is not entirely clear when all our demands will be met. If we go back and the government delays, then it will be a problem for us. We will not move till all our demands are met.”

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Gurnam Singh Chaduni (in pic)

New Delhi: On 7th December, BKU leader Gurnam Charuni, a major face in Farmers Agitation said, “It is not entirely clear when all our demands will be met. If we go back and the government delays, then it will be a problem for us. We will not move till all our demands are met.” He asserted after the meeting in Delhi that was held today.
Chaduni was in the panel of five leaders that held discussions with the central government on the farm laws, after the center asked farmers to leave if they want other demands to be met, before heading to the Singh border for SKM’s meeting today at 2 pm. The panel was set up to hold discussions related to the demands of the farm laws with the central government.

At present, no decision has been taken yet on calling off the farmers protest, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha issued a statement, which is spearheading the debate, The farmers have asked for clarification in the government’s proposal, including on the precondition set for the withdrawal of “fake” cases against farmers.

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