The situation has become clear regarding the meeting between the government and the farmers on 15 January. There will be a meeting between farmers and the government at a pre-decided time.
New Delhi: Farmers’ organizations are protesting on the borders of Delhi today on the 50th day. Farmers are demanding cancellation of agricultural laws. Meanwhile, the situation has become clear about the 9th round meeting between the farmers and the government. Tomorrow there will be a meeting between the farmers and the government.
He said that in the ninth round of talks with farmers’ organizations on Friday, positive discussion is expected.
To end the peasant movement, it was decided in the eighth round meeting between the government and farmers on January 8 that the next round of talks would be held on January 15.
After this, on January 12, the Supreme Court ruled on the farmers movement and agricultural laws. In this decision, the court stayed the initiative of three new agricultural laws. Also, a committee of four members was formed to end the deadlock.
The apex court for the committee had announced the names of Bhupinder Singh Mann along with the chairman of Shetkari Sanghatna, Anil Ghanvat, Director of South Asia’s International Food Policy and Research Institute, Dr. Pramod Joshi and agricultural economist Ashok Gulati.
After this decision, there was confusion about the meeting. Farmers’ organizations have expressed objection to the members of the Supreme Court committee. Farmer leaders say that all these members are advocates of new agricultural laws, in which case justice cannot be expected from them.
Meanwhile, today, a member of the committee, the President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, Bhupinder Singh Mann, distanced himself from the committee.
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