The government is again in talks with the agitating farmers against the three agricultural laws passed for agricultural reform in the country. The ninth round of talks between the central government and farmer organizations is going on in a short time. This meeting is being held today amid the controversy over the expert committee by the Supreme Court.
This meeting is also being held in Vigyan Bhavan as usual. Everyone is watching this meeting. Earlier, eight rounds of negotiations have been held between the government and the farmers’ organizations. Even on the eighth round of talks on January 8, no solution was reached. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the government will join the meeting with an open mind and remove the doubts of the farmers.
The 9th round meeting between the farmer leaders and the central government has started at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Ministers Piyush Goyal and Somprakash are present in this meeting. Agriculture Minister arrived at Vigyan Bhawan Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar soon reached Vigyan Bhavan to hold talks with farmers on agricultural laws.
Before reaching here, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said before talking to the farmers that the government welcomes the order of the Supreme Court regarding the farmers’ movement. The government will place its views before the committee (appointed by the court). We are trying to resolve the issue through dialogue.
Farmers reach Vigyan Bhawan
Farmer leaders have reached Vigyan Bhavan to hold the ninth round of talks with the central government regarding new agricultural laws. Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait said the government needed to repeal the three laws and formulate a plan to provide a legal guarantee for the MSP.
Statements of farmer leaders
All India Kisan Sabha General Secretary Hannah Mollah has said that we do not expect much, the last round of negotiations with the government failed and now they have an opportunity to get assistance from the court. I think the government is not going to push the discussions forward. 3 There is no chance of further reform on farming laws.
The farmer leader Singhu left the border for
Vigyan Bhavan for the 9th round of talks with the central government. Farmers’ protest against agricultural laws continues on 51st-day Protest of farmers against agricultural laws continues even today for the 51st day on the Tikari border. A protestor said that we have already met 8 times with the government, in which no solution was found. Farmers do not expect that this time to anything will come out of the meeting.
Mayawati’s statement in support of farmers on birthday
On the occasion of his birthday, the BSP supremo has said that I urge the central government to accept all the demands of the farmers, in which it is special to withdraw the three agricultural laws. He said that farmers understand their interest and interest very well.
Bhupinder Singh Mann gave clarification
On his separation from the committee set up by the Supreme Court, the leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, Bhupinder Singh Mann, said that in view of the movement and the interests of the farmers, I understand that there is no point in going to the (committee). He said that when he (farmers) has said that we are not going to go before the committee, then there is no reason for the committee, so I have left the committee.
SC took the middle ground
On January 11, the Supreme Court took a step towards ending the deadlock over the peasant movement. Under this, a four-member expert committee has been formed, which will also submit its report to the court after negotiating with the farmer’s organizations along with the government. After this, there was confusion about the ninth round of talks between the government and the farmers, but clarifying the situation, Tomar said that there would be a meeting at 12 noon on Friday.