Although the Saturday chakka jam ended peacefully, the government is taking no chances and has beefed up security along Delhi borders to prevent any untoward incident.
In the present light of the doubling of farmers’ income by 2022, policy makers are concerned over whether Manipur will achieve the target amid several prevailing issues.
"The temptation of sensationalist social media hashtags and comments, especially when resorted to by celebrities and others, is neither accurate nor responsible," the MEA stated.
A group of academics, activists and lawyers condemned the "Modi government's attempt to criminalise legitimate farmers protest".
As many as 25 criminal cases have been registered in connection with the violence, Delhi police said.
Thousands of agitating farmers on Tuesday entered the Red Fort after breaking police barricades and clashing with the security personnel at several places in Delhi on Republic Day.
The resolution was taken during, ‘The Manipur Farmers Meet’ organised by the Committee at Rup Mahal Theatre Imphal on Tuesday.
The protesters held different placards that read, ‘no food without farmers’, 'save farmers, save democracy’, 'farmers are the backbone of our nation’, ‘Modi rules black days for farmers’, ‘repeal anti farmer farm laws’.
The Farmers' Wing of the NPF also expressed its hope that the government will soon resolve the crisis.
The farmer unions, however, are adamant not to call off the protests until the three laws are repealed.
Manipur Loumee Marup secretary Haobijam Ibobi said that the farm laws passed by the BJP-led NDA government is not in favour of the Indian peasants.
Ksh Kala said that farmers will be given freedom to sell their products directly without contacting the wholesalers.
The farmers launched the hunger strike, which began at Singhu border, demanding the government to revoke the farm laws.
The programme was organised with an aim to develop the skill, technical knowhow of the locals and for overall socio economic development.
Biren said that any rollback in reforms and development taken up by the government would mean to support any vested interest which, in future would hinder other reforms too.
Although the nationwide shutdown called by the farmers' unions hit Assam, it failed to evoke response in most of the NE states.
Instead of promoting development in the country, the new laws will promote neo-liberalism which will affect farmers and laymen, chairman of Coordinating Body of Trade Unions, Manipur, L Sotinkumar said.
The SC bench headed by SA Bobde and comprising Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, heard the petitions against the new farms laws.