Farm outfits form panel for Govt talks, to continue stir
The Times of India Mumbai|December 05, 2021
The agitating farmer unions on Saturday decided to continue their protests until they get a “formal and satisfactory written response” from the Centre on their six demands that include a legal guarantee for MSP, and formed a five-member committee to talk to the government and work for resolving the pending issues such as withdrawal of cases.
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