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Protesting farmers refuse Centre's invite, seek involvement of all 500 groups

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Protesting farmers refuse Centre's invite, seek involvement of all 500 groups

Protesting farmers refuse Centre's invite, seek involvement of all 500 groups

Farmers continued their protest against Centre's farm laws at Delhi-Haryana border.

Protesting farmers refused to entertain the government's invite of conditional talks.

They have sought involvement of all 500 organisations in meeting with the Centre.

Farmers' response came after the government proposed December 1 as the new date of talks with group leaders.

Farmers have been agitating ever since the passing of new farm laws by the union govt.

Farmers have threatened to block all entry points to New Delhi, demanding repeal of laws.


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