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BKU (Lok Shakti) moves SC challenging farm laws, seeks impleadment in pending matter

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Next meeting can take place only if farmer unions ready to accept Centre's proposal: Rakesh Tikait [Video]

Next meeting can take place only if farmer unions ready to accept Centre's proposal: Rakesh Tikait

BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that the next round of meeting can take place only if farmer unions are ready to accept Government's proposal of putting the implementation of the farm laws on hold for two years. "During the meeting, the government offered to put the implementation of the farm laws on hold for two years and said that the next round of meeting can take place only if farmer unions are ready to accept the proposal," he said.

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Farmers reject Centre's proposal to put three laws on hold for 1.5 years | Watch [Video]

Farmers reject Centre's proposal to put three laws on hold for 1.5 years | Watch

Farmers rejected Centre's proposal to put the laws on hold for at least 1.5 years. Farmers' union said they want a complete withdrawal of all three agriculture laws. Rejection came from Samyukt Kisan Morcha, an umbrella body of 40 farmers' unions. This was the first time the Centre proposed to keep the laws on hold for the time being. Farmer leader, Joginder S Ugrahan said, "We will not entertain any proposal till the government repeals the farm laws. Tomorrow we will again tell the government that we want rollback of the three laws." Bharatiya Kisan Union, however, said no such decision on proposal rejection was taken. The implementation of farm laws was put on hold by a SC order passed early this month. Government and farmers to again meet on January 22 for the 11th round of discussion.

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Farmer leader contradicts Samyukt Kisan Morcha's rejection of govt proposal [Video]

Farmer leader contradicts Samyukt Kisan Morcha's rejection of govt proposal

After farmer leader Joginder S Ugrahan echoed the rejection of Samyukt Kisan Morcha to not accept Centre's offer of putting on hold the three farm laws for around 18 months, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Sidhupur) president Jagjit Singh Dallewal, on the contrary said no such decision has been made and the meeting is going on. Joginder S Ugrahan said, "It's been decided that no proposal of government will be accepted until and unless they repeal the laws. In tomorrow's meeting (with government) we'll say that we have only one demand, repeal the laws and legally authorise MSP. All these have been unanimously decided."

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