The farmers’ agitation has become something of an Indian phenomenon.
Farmers' protest: Rashtriya Kisan Manch president expresses resentment over govt's 'indifferent' attitude
Shekhar Dixit said due to the indifferent attitude of the government, farmers are being forced to protest in the chilly weather.
Government wants farmer unions to form informal group to prepare concrete proposals: Narendra Singh Tomar
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said detailed discussions took place at the ninth round of talks but could not reach a decisive stage.
The government has maintained that these apprehensions are misplaced and has ruled out a repeal of the laws.
PM Narendra Modi doesn't respect farmers, wants to tire out those protesting against agri laws: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi said that the talks that are being held with the protesting farmer leaders are part of the government's delaying tactics.
Rahul Gandhi said the Congress party will not step back till the time the government repeals these three farm laws.
Congress workers, including UPCC president Ajay Kumar Lallu, were taken into custody while trying to march towards the Raj Bhawan.
Thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, are protesting at various border points of Delhi for over a month now against the three laws.
In view of on-going farmers' agitation in Punjab, the railway has cancelled, short-terminated and diverted several trains.
MLA Madan alleged that the 'so-called' farmers are not worried about the country, 'enjoying picnic' and 'luxuries' besides relishing delicacies.
Kanwar Garewal and Jazzy B, courtesy their protest songs, touched just the right musical note with the protesters.
The man was rushed to a local hospital in Sonipat where he died, said Sonipat's Kundli police station's inspector Ravi Kumar.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said his government has finalised petitions to challenge the Centre's farm laws.
For over 40 days, a massive number of farmers have camped at the Singhu Border, the nerve-centre of the agitation that is seeking repealing of the new farm laws.
P Chidambaram stressed that the farm laws be kept in abeyance and a fresh start be made by talking to all stakeholders.