Farmers Protest in delhi has been continuing for quite a month. Thousands of farmers are camping at the borders of Delhi, demanding that the farm laws .
The farmers’ unions had on Saturday accepted the government’s second proposal to carry the sixth round of talks at a date and time as per the unions’ convenience, having rejected an earlier invitation. On Sunday, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal visited the Singhu border to interact with the protesting farmers and “challenged” any Union minister to debate the laws with the protesting farmers in order that it becomes clear “how beneficial or harmful these laws are.” Kejriwal had earlier visited the Singhu border, which has emerged because the epicentre of the stir, on December 7.
Previous five rounds of talks have did not break the deadlock. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s outreach, too, has did not convince the farmers.The farmers have repeatedly said that they're prepared for a “long haul” and can not return till the laws are repealed; the govt , on the opposite hand, has ruled out a repeal, and, instead, has proposed amendments to those.