He said for the talks to resume, the government should invite the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body representing the protestors who are camping at the three border points of Delhi.
The Bharatiya Kishan Union leader also said the protesting farmers will follow all COVID-19 protocols and if need be, continue their agitation till 2023.
Soil collected from the martyrs of the freedom movement has also been brought to the protest site, where the foundation for the memorial was laid.
Farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana, western Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, have been protesting at the Delhi border for over four months now against the Centre's three agri marketing laws.
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The general body meeting of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) was held on Monday at Singhu border.
Anyone helping farmers in their agitation is facing harassment from government agencies, the Bharatiya Kishan Union leader alleged.
The government and the BJP are not trustworthy, BKU president Naresh Tikait alleged on Wednesday, as he hit out at the Centre over the contentious agriculture laws.
Tikait made the statement while talking to reporters after his recent visit to the poll-bund West Bengal.
45-year-old Narendra also said his two brothers and the entire Tikait family would leave the protest if even smallest of any wrongdoing is proved against even a single family member.
Called by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), the day-long event was inspired by the "Pagdi Sambhal Lehar" of 1906.
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BKU leader Balbir Singh Rajewal alleged that those serving 'langar' or extending help to farmers at the protest sites near Delhi borders are being issued notices by police.
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Addressing a press conference at the Singhu border in Delhi, Samyukta Kisan Morcha's senior leader Darshan Pal said the ball is now in the government's court now.
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The farmer unions also threatened a mahapanchayat at the national level, saying such gatherings will continue across the country till government repeals the laws.
The Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) hit out at the government for digging trenches, fixing nails on roads, setting up barbed-wire fences, and stopping internet services at protest sites.
Another portion of the highway at the Delhi-Haryana border is practically blocked now as a makeshift cement wall has come up there.