Farmers unions  on Thursday turned down the Centre’s give to preserve the contentious farm legal guidelines in abeyance and pressed on with their need for repeal of the legal guidelines and an alternate tractor parade on Republic Day.

Just after hrs of talking about the proposal, the five hundred farmers’ organisations less than the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) collected at Singhu on Delhi’s border, and the protesters declared that they will stand agency on their need for a full repeal of the legal guidelines.

“In a full common overall body meeting of the SKM now, the proposal set forth by the govt was turned down. A full repeal of the 3 central farm Functions and enacting a laws for a remunerative MSP for all farmers were reiterated as the pending needs of the movement,” reported Darshan Pal on behalf of the SKM  in the night.

The farmers’ representatives  will express their decision to the Centre at a meeting scheduled for noon on Friday.

Pal reported the SKM has also questioned the Delhi police to let them perform their tractor rally on R-Day.

“In the meeting held with the police officers, the police requested us not to perform the parade in Delhi, even though the farmers restated their system about accomplishing the parade on the Outer Ring Highway,” he reported. Distinctive protest programmes are remaining prepared in State capitals that working day, he additional.

The Supreme Court docket experienced, on Wednesday, refused to stop the farmers’ tractor rally on  Republic Day, stating the onus is on Delhi police. In the wake of the prime court’s refusal to get included in an government decision, the Centre experienced come up with a new proposal to set the contentious farm legal guidelines in abeyance for up to two a long time and sort a joint committee to explore the legal guidelines clause-wise as also the MSP.

The Centre experienced reported it was ready to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court docket to this outcome to dispel any doubt.

But the farmers want the govt to repeal the  farm legal guidelines.