Home minister Amit Shah met farmer leaders on Tuesday at the Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) office in Delhi’s Pusa ahead of sixth round of negotiations tomorrow over the contentious farm laws. There was initially some confusion on the venue with some farmer leaders reaching Shah’s residence instead of ICAR. Farmer leader Rudru Singh Mansa has said they seek just a “yes or no” answer to their demands when they met Shah. Mansa said the central government has bowed down before the ‘Bharat Bandh’. Bharat Bandh hit the supply of essentials, including rice, wheat flour, lentils, oil, milk, soap and toothpaste, for the protesters camping at the border. At lunch time, the protesters sat in rows for a langar organised by several non-profit organisations. Later, some went back to rest on their trolleys, while others listened intently to their leaders speaking from podiums.