Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait said that the central government will send them an offer on their demands during the day after that they will take their decision on their future course of action.
“But it is certain that something will happen. The demands of the farmers is valid; the farmers are strong — that is why the government is talking to them. We are going to hold a meeting,” Tikait said.
We’ll strategise in our meeting and discuss their (Centre) proposal. Farmers won’t go back, it’s a matter of their respect. Will the government not withdraw laws? Will there be tyranny? If the government is stubborn, so are farmers. The (new farm) laws have to be withdrawn, said Tikat.