The ongoing farmers' agitation over the three Central agriculture reform laws entered its 33rd day on Monday. On Sunday, a farmer from Punjab's Fazilka district allegedly died by suicide, consuming poison a few kilometres from the Tikri border protest site in Delhi in solidarity with the protest, PTI reported. In his suicide note, he said he was taking his life so that the government is compelled to listen to the farmers. Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, along with his deputy Manish Sisodia, visited the Singhu border site, where he said that the laws "will snatch away" farmers' land. Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh cited the example of the 1991 economic reform by then-finance minister Manmohan Singh to say that such laws take years to show their results. "Similarly, if we cannot wait for four-five years, we can at least wait for two years to witness the positive results," he said. Also, during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' address, farmers held a 'thaali-bajao' protest, banging utensils at various border protest sites. Primarily from Punjab and Haryana, thousands of farmers have been have been camped at various border sites around the national capital for over four weeks, demanding for all three laws, promulgated during the Monsoon Session of the Parliament in September, to be repealed.