The 11th round of talks between the central government and the agitating farmers on Friday also ended unabated. Even in this meeting, no date regarding the next meeting could be decided. In such a situation, it is clear that now both sides do not seem to be ready to retreat from their place.
However, after the meeting, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that no date was set for the next meeting; The government explained all the possible options given to the unions, telling them that they should discuss the proposal of postponing the laws internally.
He said that nothing can be better than the proposal of the government not to implement the laws at present. Farmer leaders, on the other hand, said that this meeting must have lasted for about five hours, but both sides sat face to face for less than 30 minutes.
Simultaneously, Agriculture Minister Tomar thanked the unions for cooperation; And said that there is no problem with the laws but the government offered to keep these laws postponed to honor the farmers.
Government committed to upliftment of farmers and poor: Tomar
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar told the media after the 11th round of talks with farmer unions that the Indian government is and will remain committed to the upliftment of farmers and poor under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Especially farmers of Punjab and farmers of some states are agitating against agricultural laws.
He said that during this movement, constant efforts were made to spread misunderstandings among the public and among the farmers. Taking advantage of this, some people who have been against opposing every good work, can use the shoulders of farmers for their political gains.
There is some power that …
The Agriculture Minister said that it was the effort of the Government of India to consider the right path for which 11 rounds of talks were held. But the farmers union law remained firm on the withdrawal. The government made proposals one after the other. But when the sanctity of the movement is destroyed, the decision is not made. Tomar said that there is some such force, due to which the decision is not being made.
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar also said that during the negotiation period, the limits were followed, but there was always a lack of price to pave the way for the dialogue in favor of farmers. So the talks could not reach a decision. I am sorry for this too.
Tell me when you reach a decision
Tomar said that we have told the farmers union that it is better to propose to consider the issues raised in the movement by postponing the law for 1 to 1.5 years and making a committee, consider it again.
We also said that if we complete the talks today, if you can reach a decision, then you should give your opinion tomorrow (Saturday). We can gather anywhere on your notice after announcing the decision
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