The eighth round of talks between the central government and farmer leaders at Vigyan Bhawan regarding the new agricultural laws has ended. Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and Union Minister Piyush Goyal were present here. Both met Home Minister Amit Shah just before the meeting. At the same time, after the meeting between the farmer and the government ends today, the next meeting will now be after January 15. At the same time, the farmers’ protest on the Delhi border continues on the 44th day on Friday. The Agriculture Minister had hoped to find a solution in today’s talks.
Explain that the protesting farmers are still adamant. On Thursday, before the talks with the Center, he took out a tractor march on the Delhi border and asked to continue the protest till his demands were met.
The Center said it is ready to consider any proposal other than withdrawing the law. It is believed that the government can present a new formula to the farmers during these talks to be held in Vigyan Bhawan. An expert committee may be formed to review the laws. Apart from this, a concession can be considered with some conditions to the states that object to the laws. In this, some conditions can also be added with the role of states.
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, along with Union Ministers Piyush Goyal and Som Prakash, is leading the government’s talks with the farmers union leaders. The talks to be held today are very important, as the previous talks on January 4 were inconclusive. On December 30, there was little success in the sixth round of talks. During this time the government accepted two demands of agitating farmers. Apart from this, talks of other visits have been fruitless.
Government ready to reform laws
Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary said that in the earlier talks with the farmers, the leaders of the farmers union was concerned that we want to improve it. The government is ready for reform. I am sure they will understand this in today’s talks. The leaders of the farmers union will think that if there is a solution, there will be a solution. On Thursday, he said that the communists are pouring fuel into the fire for politics. They do not want peace in the country. He also appealed to the farmers to maintain peace.
Talks are an opportunity to explain the benefits of laws: Piyush Goyal
The ongoing interaction with farmer organizations is an opportunity to show them the benefits of new agricultural laws. Union Minister Piyush Goyal said this on Wednesday. On the 74th foundation day of the Bureau of Indian Standards, Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Piyush Goyal said that there is a different view of anything. For example, interaction with farmer organizations can be seen as a problem or an opportunity.
The whole country can be told about the advantages of these laws.
Goyal said, ‘No good work is easy. Difficulties will always come. Every task has a problem, but everything depends on how we see things and how to deal with them. Everything depends on vision. I consider interaction with farmer organizations as an opportunity in which farmers, the whole country can be told about the benefits of these laws.