Today the farmers have gone 39 days against the central government’s new farmland on the Delhi border. Meanwhile, discussions have taken place between the central government and farmers’ organizations today. Even in this 8th round of talks, no results were drawn. Peasant leaders are adamant in demanding the repeal of agricultural laws.
Haribhumi-in-Exclusive: In the special program of Haribhumi-INH, the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi has discussed the eighth point through discussions between the Central Government and the farmers. Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi said that the stalemate was stable for the eighth time! Even the eighth round of talks between the Center and the farmers did not yield any results. During the meeting which lasted for about 4 hours, the farmers raised the issue of repeal of the Agriculture Act before the Center. Farmer leaders say there is no return of law here, no return home. At the same time, the central government has said that the government will take the decision keeping the whole country in mind. The meeting did not agree on the legalization of the MSP. However, the government and the farmers agreed to resume talks on January 8. Editor-in-Chief Dr Himanshu Dwivedi spoke to veteran journalist Promod Joshi, Agriculture Minister Dr Chengal Reddy, BKU spokesperson Swami Indra, former BJP minister Deepak Joshi and Congress MLA Kuldeep Watts.
The stalemate continues for the eighth time, Chief Editor Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi has said.
Explain that the farmers today are staying at the Delhi border for 39 days as opposed to the new farmland of the Central Government. Meanwhile, discussions have taken place between the central government and farmers’ organizations today. Even in this 8th round of talks, no results were drawn. Peasant leaders are adamant in demanding the repeal of agricultural laws. Now there will be a discussion between the government and the farmers on January 8 at 2 pm. According to media reports, MSP was not discussed in today’s meeting. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh exchanged views with journalists after a meeting with your farmers leaders. At that time Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the atmosphere for discussion was good. But no solution was found as the leaders of agriculture who remained steadfast in the return of agricultural law. The next meeting will be on the 8th. The farmers have confidence in the government, so the next meeting has been decided.