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Farmers threatened to close shout border again on Wednesday

The farmers’ protest against the agricultural law continues on the 20th day. The farmers have staged a sit-in at the Delhi border in protest against the three new agricultural laws brought by the central government. In such a situation, the farmers have recently warned to close the open shout border again. Farmer leaders have threatened to completely close the Chilla border connecting Delhi-Noida on Wednesday in a press conference on the Singhu border.

Farmers have also mentioned that on December 20, there will be a tribute meeting in villages across the country for the farmers who lost their lives during the agitation.

In fact, on Saturday, the attitude of farmers protesting against the new agricultural laws had suddenly changed. A group of farmers had said that this step was taken after meeting the Agriculture Minister and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. After which the Chilla Border was opened to the common citizens.

The farmers have then threatened to close the border. Which can cause a lot of trouble for Noida residents. Thousands of people travel to Delhi-Noida. If the screaming border is closed again, then there can be trouble for those traveling to Delhi Noida.

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