New Delhi: Farmers protesting against the agriculture laws of the central government have come close to Delhi. In such a situation, you would know that the Delhi Police was preparing to put the farmers in temporary jails, but the Delhi government has categorically denied this. At this time, Delhi Metro has closed the entry-exit gates of 6 stations and now in the meantime, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has given a new statement. Recently, in his statement, he has requested the central government to ‘negotiate with the farmer unions as soon as possible so that the tension on the Delhi border can be reduced’. Let us also tell you that the central government has negotiated December 3 is set for. In such a situation today, on Friday, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has urged the Center to “immediately initiate dialogue with the farmers unions to prevent the stressful situation arising out of efforts to forcibly stop the farmers in Haryana.”
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CM Amarinder Singh urges Central Government- ‘Hurry to talk to farmer unions’
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