Farmers Protest: Government Preparing For Talks Against Amidst Farmers’ Hunger Strike, Demonstrations Across The Country


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The agitation for 19 days on the borders of Delhi against agricultural laws took nationwide form on Monday. At the same time, the government indicated the preparations for the next round of meetings to celebrate the farmers. Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said that 10 more organizations have come with the government. We are ready to talk on every clause of agricultural laws. The next date of sitting will be decided soon.

Narendra Tomar again met Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday to chalk out a strategy to convince the farmers. Further strategy was discussed between the two ministers at Shah’s house. Tomar said that the government is ready to talk to the farmers anytime.

Tomar said that the government is in touch with them to fix the next date of talks with the farmers. The meeting will definitely take place. We are in touch with farmers. The government is ready for talks at any time. Farmer leaders have to decide when they are ready for the next meeting.

Government is misleading MSP – Choduni
At the same time, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Haryana) President Gurnam Singh Chaduni on the ticker border said that the government was misleading in the name of MSP. BJP is saying everywhere that MSP will be given. Government ministers are also repeating the same. Whereas Home Minister Amit Shah had clearly stated in the meeting on 8 December that the government cannot buy all 23 crops on MSP, why it costs 17 lakh crores.

Farmers meet Rajnath
Meanwhile, different groups met Tomar and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh to take further action. The protesters are leading the government’s dialogue with representatives of 40 unions of farmers. He is joined by Union Minister of Commerce and Industry and Food, Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Som Prakash.

The five rounds of talks between the Center and the farmer leaders so far have been inconclusive. Farmers’ organizations claimed that demonstrations were also organized at several district headquarters across the country.

Bhartiya Kisan Union Ekta Ugrahan did not participate in the fast
Bhartiya Kisan Union Ekta Ugrahan leaders did not participate in the fast. The same organization had demanded the release of the inmates of the jail and when it went viral, it said that some anti-social elements are trying to spoil the atmosphere under the guise of the peasant movement. Punjab’s general secretary of the organization Sukhdev Singh said that we have been defamed. Farmer organizations also misunderstood us, we had only raised the issue of release of prisoners under human rights.

The agitation for 19 days on the borders of Delhi against agricultural laws took nationwide form on Monday. At the same time, the government indicated the preparations for the next round of meetings to celebrate the farmers. Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said that 10 more organizations have come with the government. We are ready to talk on every clause of agricultural laws. The next date of sitting will be decided soon.

Narendra Tomar again met Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday to chalk out a strategy to convince the farmers. Further strategy was discussed between the two ministers at Shah’s house. Tomar said that the government is ready to talk to the farmers anytime.

Tomar said that the government is in touch with them to fix the next date of talks with the farmers. The meeting will definitely take place. We are in touch with farmers. The government is ready for talks at any time. Farmer leaders have to decide when they are ready for the next meeting.

Government is misleading MSP – Choduni

At the same time, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Haryana) President Gurnam Singh Chaduni on the ticker border said that the government was misleading in the name of MSP. BJP is saying everywhere that MSP will be given. Government ministers are also repeating the same. Whereas Home Minister Amit Shah had clearly stated in the meeting on 8 December that the government cannot buy all 23 crops on MSP, why it costs 17 lakh crores.

Farmers meet Rajnath
Meanwhile, different groups met Tomar and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh to take further action. The protesters are leading the government’s dialogue with representatives of 40 unions of farmers. He is joined by Union Minister of Commerce and Industry and Food, Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Som Prakash.

The five rounds of talks between the Center and the farmer leaders so far have been inconclusive. Farmers’ organizations claimed that demonstrations were also organized at several district headquarters across the country.

Bhartiya Kisan Union Ekta Ugrahan did not participate in the fast
Bhartiya Kisan Union Ekta Ugrahan leaders did not participate in the fast. The same organization had demanded the release of the inmates of the jail and when it went viral, it said that some anti-social elements are trying to spoil the atmosphere under the guise of the peasant movement. Punjab’s general secretary of the organization Sukhdev Singh said that we have been defamed. Farmer organizations also misunderstood us, we had only raised the issue of release of prisoners under human rights.


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