Thousands of Indian Farmers are squeezing on with challenges in and around the national capital against rural enactment they say might be misused by the private division to purchase their crops at moo costs.
After a day of clashes with police who used tear gas, water cannon and baton charges to push them back, the farmers were allowed to enter New Delhi late on Friday.
Television images on Saturday showed some of them moving to the capital while thousands still remained on the outskirts of the city.
“We have called all the farmers’ organisations on December 3 and we have talked before and are still ready for talks,” Tomar said.
There was no quick reaction from the pioneers of the challenges. The nonconformists said they would not return to their homes until their requests were met.