Agitating farmers in Punjab allow train services to resume from November 23 | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: The Punjab farmers who are protesting against three new farm laws have decided to allow all the trains to resume service from Monday.
The farmers’ unions said they will be lifting the blockade for 15 days during which the central government should hold talks, adding that the protests will resume if the government failed to resolve the issue.
“Farmer unions have announced allowing resumption of all trains from the day after tomorrow for 15 days during which Central Govt should open talks. If talks don’t happen in 15 days, then agitation will resume,” officials said in a statement.
The decision to allow passenger trains in the state came after a meeting of representatives of farmer leaders with Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh.

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