On the allegations of opposition, Narendra Singh Tomar said- I want to say to all opposition parties that there should be no politics regarding this movement.
Narendra Singh Tomar said- I want to appeal to the farmers that they should immediately end the agitation and embrace the government. I am still optimistic that the farmers’ organizations will discuss and discuss the government’s proposal.
e-Conclave: Farmers have been agitating at Delhi’s Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border for the last two months in protest against the new agricultural laws of the Center. In the e-conclave of ABP News, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said on the agitation of farmers’ organizations that the protesting farmers need to understand the law.
We have given better proposals to the farmer leaders. We want a solution through discussion and violence is not a solution. The government is committed to the interests of farmers.
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Farmers’ organizations have also apologized for the Red Fort violence. But still he is not ready to end the movement. We want farmers to go ahead and talk on the government’s proposal.
The government is always ready for talks. If the farmers give any proposal of their own, then we are ready to discuss it immediately.
The whole country saw what happened in Delhi – Agriculture Minister
Regarding the Red Fort violence, the Agriculture Minister said, “The law will do its job regarding violence. There is no need for the Punjab Government or the Central Government to intervene on this. There is no justification for the allegations being made by the farmers’ organizations on the government. The whole country has seen what happened in Delhi. When someone speaks, no one gets accused. The agencies are investigating the violence, it is their job.
On the allegations of opposition, Narendra Singh Tomar said, “I want to say to all opposition parties that there should be no politics about this movement.” He said, “Opposition parties want to bake their political bread and these people are running a gun on the shoulders of the farmer. In some places some people are provoking the farmers. But this movement has nothing to do with elections.
Narendra Singh Tomar said, “I want to appeal to the farmers to immediately end the agitation and embrace the government.” I am still optimistic that the farmers’ organizations will discuss and discuss the government’s proposal.
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