Farmers talk: There is a stalemate between the central government and the farmers over the agricultural law. Farmers have been protesting the laws since September. 2 Farmers Farmers have been protesting in many parts of Delhi since November.
There is still a stalemate in the interaction between the peasant government discussions on important issues of agricultural law. On Monday, the seventh round of talks between the two sides began. The peasant leader is firm in his demand. So far in the two-hour meeting, only three agricultural laws have been discussed on behalf of the farmers. In the first round of talks, farmers were repeatedly asked to repeal three agricultural laws, while the government was talking about reforms. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh has repeatedly appealed to your farmers that you agree to the reforms. The conversation may end within minutes of lunch. However, the government is constantly trying to persuade the peasant leaders.
Before the talks began, the movement observed a two-minute silence for those killed in the movement. The farmers have given an ultimatum that if their demands are not met, they will intensify the movement from January to January. In the last phase, the government agreed to two demands of the farmers. The government gave confidence to the farmer leaders to withdraw the Electricity Amendment Bill and change the Air Quality Commission Ordinance to prevent burning of straw. But the screw is stuck in agricultural law. Farmers have been protesting the laws since September. 2 Farmers Farmers have been protesting in many parts of Delhi since November.
Leaders of farmers’ organizations have said they will not put new options before the government at the meeting. In fact, at the last meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh asked your farmers’ organizations to give them other options for their demands regarding the Agriculture Reform Act, which the government will consider. But the peasant leaders said before the talks that they would not put any new alternative before the government at the meeting. Farmers leaders involved in the last meeting said the government had instructed that they would not repeal the agriculture law. He described it as a long and complicated process.
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