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| Updated: 21 Dec 2020, 12:12:00 AM

New Delhi, Dec 20 (Language) The central government on Sunday invited farmers’ organizations protesting on various borders of the capital Delhi for talks against the three agricultural laws and urged to set a date for the same. Vivek Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, has written a letter to farmers’ organizations in this context. He said in the letter, “It is humbly requested that the representatives of the earlier invited agitating agrarian organizations take the trouble to provide details regarding the remaining apprehensions and to make the date convenient for re-negotiation.

New Delhi, Dec 20 (Language) The central government on Sunday invited farmers’ organizations protesting on various borders of the capital Delhi for talks against the three agricultural laws and urged to set a date for the same. Vivek Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, has written a letter to farmers’ organizations in this context. He said in the letter, “I humbly request that the representatives of the previously invited agitating agrarian organizations take the trouble to provide details regarding the remaining apprehensions and to make the date convenient for re-negotiation.” Ho, for this, through the letter, the next dialogue is offered at Vigyan Bhawan in the capital. He said that in the “respect” of the farmers of the country and “with an open mind”, the Central Government is striving for proper resolution of all issues with full compassion. Aggarwal said that therefore several rounds of talks were held by the government with representatives of agitated farmers’ organizations. He said that the government also kept the doors of talks open in relation to the suggestions of other organizations of the country regarding agricultural laws and listened to their suggestions through talks. Aggarwal has said in the letter, “There have also been attempts to negotiate separately from the representatives of the peasant organizations, which are constantly agitating on behalf of the government.” Said that Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar can negotiate their demands with the protesting groups in a day or two. It is noteworthy that the Central Government had constituted a Ministerial Committee under the chairmanship of Tomar to talk to the farmers. Union ministers Piyush Goyal and Somprakash are its members. The government has so far held five rounds of talks with about 40 farmer organizations, which have failed. Farmers’ organizations have once held a meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, but the result has been zero. Negotiations were adjourned on December 9 following a fifth round of talks between the farmers and the central government as the farmer unions refused to accept the Centre’s proposal to amend the laws and give written assurances to continue the minimum support price. Significantly, thousands of farmers have been demonstrating on the various borders of Delhi for the last four weeks in the harsh winter and are demanding the repeal of new agricultural laws. Most of these farmers are from Punjab and Haryana. The central government is introducing three new agricultural laws passed in September as major reforms in the agricultural sector, while the farmers who are demonstrating have expressed fears that the new laws will end the MSP (minimum support price) and mandi system and they will The big corporate will be dependent on it. Intensifying their agitation against the new agricultural laws, the farmers unions announced on Sunday that they would undertake a one-day gradual hunger strike at all demonstration sites here on Monday and not to collect toll on all the highways in Haryana from December 25 to 27 Will give Farmers of Punjab and Haryana also celebrated Tribute Day today and paid tribute to those farmers who died during the ongoing agitation. Farmers’ organizations have claimed that more than 30 farmers involved in the movement have died due to various reasons such as heart attack and road accident. The farmers also performed ‘Ardas’ at some places. Tomar wrote an eight-page open letter to farmers on Thursday. In it, he alleged that Congress and other opposition parties were spreading lies about the new agricultural laws.

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