BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait on Sunday said that protesting farmers will honor the dignity of the prime minister, but are also committed to protecting their self-respect, a day after Narendra Modi said his government was just a "phone call away" for talks with them. Tikait said the government should "release our men and prepare an environment conducive for talks". "A respectful solution should be reached. We will never agree to anything under pressure," he said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had Saturday said his government’s offer on Agri laws made to protesting farmers "still stands" and the Centre was just a "phone call away" for talks, days after violence broke out in parts of the national capital on Republic Day. Watch the full video for more details.