On Monday, a group of protesting farmers will meet with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif (today).
The Pakistan Kissan Ittehad-sponsored farmers’ protest in Islamabad is now in its sixth day.
Reduced utility costs, taxes, and urea prices are among the farmers’ top priorities.
Farmers and government representatives held two rounds of unsuccessful negotiations. A meeting with PM Shehbaz Sharif was demanded by protesting farmers.
A meeting with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has been set for today at 3:00 PM, according to Khalid Hussain Batth.
He claimed that the administration was not seriously trying to solve the issues facing farmers. The farmer’s sit-in will go on until their issues are handled, he declared.
He threatened that if talks with the government fell down, “We would march to D-Chowk Parliament House.” He said, “Two additional batches of farmers have joined the protest sit-in.”
Speaking to reporters earlier, the leader of Kissan Ittehad threatened to issue a nationwide call and set the government a deadline to accommodate the demands of the farmers.
Imran Khan had also been approached by Pakistan Kissan Ittehad (PKI) to join their demand-setting campaign.