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Punjab farmers resume ‘Delhi Chalo’ march; Singhu, Tikri borders still shut | LIVE

Farmer leaders from Punjab on Saturday held a meet to decide their next course of action. The meeting began at nearly 8:15 am today. On Friday, the Delhi government had welcomed the protesting farmers as their “guests” and had made elaborate arrangements for their food, drinking water and shelter. The development came after thousands of farmers had gathered at various entry points into the national capital and were later allowed in to hold a peaceful protest at a north Delhi ground against the central farm laws. Commenting on today’s plan, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Dakanuda) president Buta Singh Burjgill said, “Several farmer leaders are still on their way to Delhi. We will hold a meeting tomorrow and then take our next decision.”

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