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Farmers To Celebrate New Year on Singhu Border

Farmers to celebrate new year on singhu border

Farmers’ protest on Kundli border will still continue. After talks with the government, it was expected that the farmers would celebrate the new year in their homes, but the talks were only partially successful. However, the process of negotiation has moved forward and the government has assured to repeal the two laws.

The tractor rally on 31 December has been postponed by the farmers. Information about the decisions taken in the meeting will be given to the farmers present at the protest site on Thursday. Farmer leaders have also made it clear that unless the entire situation is clear in the talks with the government, the movement is not going to end.

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