Farmers have been holding massive protests for the last 5 days against three farms laws passed by the government recently. They have gathered at five entry points of the national capital and are threatening to block traffic. Entry to Delhi from Haryana remains blocked as of November 30.
Over 30 farmer groups have rejected the central government's offer to hold talks if they move the protests to a ground in Burari.
Amid the chaos, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has defended the new laws and accused the Opposition of creating fears in the minds of the farmers. He also said that the new laws will protect small and marginal farmers.
CNBC-TV18's Ashmit Kumar has latest from the Delhi-Haryana-Singhu border.Watch the video for more