The All India Taxi Union on Monday threatened to go on strike if the calls for of the farmers, protesting towards the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines at totally different border factors of the nationwide capital, will not be met inside two days.
President of the Union, Balwant Singh Bhullar, mentioned they’re giving two days to the central authorities to satisfy the calls for of the farmers.
“We request the prime minister, residence minister and agriculture minister to revoke these legal guidelines. The company sector is destroying us.
“If authorities doesn’t take these legal guidelines again in two days, then we are going to take away our automobiles from the roads. We request all drivers throughout India to cease their automobiles from December 3,” Mr Bhullar mentioned.
Peaceable sit-ins by farmers, principally from Punjab and Haryana, continued for the fifth day on the Singhu and Tikri borders, whereas the numbers of protestors swelled on the Ghazipur border.
Farmers have come to Delhi for a “decisive battle” and can proceed their stir towards the brand new agri-marketing legal guidelines, their leaders mentioned, including that they may proceed their agitation till their calls for are met.
Safety was incereased by the Delhi Police and concrete boundaries positioned in any respect borders factors connecting the town with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh because the farmers threatened to dam all highways to the nationwide capital after rejecting the Centre’s provide that they shift the protest to Burari to begin a dialogue earlier than the scheduled date of December 3.