Farmers reject Amit Shah’s proposal for early talks, set new demands

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Published on November 29, 2020 - Duration: 03:03s

Farmers reject Amit Shah’s proposal for early talks, set new demands

Rejecting the Centre's offer to hold talks once they move to the Burari ground, agitating farmers who have been staying put at Delhi's borders for four days said on Sunday they will not end the blockade and will continue their stir against the new farm laws.

After a meeting of over 30 farmer groups on Sunday, their representatives said they will not move to the Burari ground as it is an "open jail".

They said the farmers will not accept any conditional dialogue and will block all five entry points to Delhi.

"The condition laid down by Home Minister Amit Shah is not acceptable to us.

We will not hold any conditional talks.

We reject the government's offer.

The blockade will not end.

We will block all five entry point to Delhi," Surjeet S Phul, Bhartiya Kisan Union's Punjab president said.

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