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Farmers agitating against the new agricultural laws have got permission to protest at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. This permission is from 22 July to 9 August. The timing of the performance will be from 11 am to 5 pm. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority has approved the performance with conditions.
Not more than 200 farmers will be able to participate in this demonstration of farmers starting from Thursday. Along with this, they will also have to take care of the corona protocol. According to the sources of news agency PTI, permission for the demonstration has also been received from Delhi Police. It is being told that the farmers will be taken from the Singhu border to Jantar Mantar in police escort. The special thing is that at this time the monsoon session of Parliament is also going on which will last till August 13.
Farmers organizations had a meeting with Delhi Police officials on Tuesday. After this, the farmers had said that they would organize a Kisan Sansad at Jantar Mantar during the monsoon session. During this, they will protest peacefully and demand the repeal of agricultural laws. During this time no protester will go to Parliament.
There was violence in the rally on 26 January
On January 26 this year, they got permission to protest in Delhi for the first time after the violence during the tractor parade of farmers till the Red Fort. During the 26 January rally, the protesters turned furious and several miscreants barged into the Red Fort and beat up the policemen and also hoisted the religious flag on the ramparts of the fort.
Center and farmers both adamant
The farmers of the country have been protesting against the new agricultural laws at the borders of Delhi since December last year. During this, 10 rounds of talks have also been held with the central government of farmer organizations, but no solution has been found. The farmers are adamant on the demand to repeal all three agriculture laws. At the same time, the central government says that it can make changes in the laws according to the demands of the farmers, but the laws will not be withdrawn.