Agitating farmers reject Centre's offer to suspend 3 farm bills for 18 months

Agitating farmers reject Centre's offer to suspend 3 farm bills for 18 months

Deccan Chronicle

New Delhi: The agitating farmers' unions on Thursday rejected the Centre's offer to suspend the three controversial agricultural reform laws for 18 months and set up a joint committee to address their grievances. The unions also rejected a suggestion by the Delhi police to hold their proposed Republic Day tractor rally on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway instead of Delhi's busy Outer Ring Road.

However, late on Thursday night, some of the farmers' leaders said a final decision was yet to be taken on the government's proposal and the next course of action would depend on the eleventh round of talks with the Centre at Vigyan Bhavan on Friday.

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