Farmers continue to protest against the
the agriculture laws of the central government
for the 8th consecutive day.
Negotiations have once again started between the farmers’ delegation and the government ministers at Vigyan Bhawan. Around 40 farmer leaders arrived by bus to negotiate. In such a situation, a statement has also come out from the government that it is ready to give written assurance on MSP.
There was a meeting between Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Amit Shah before talking to the farmers. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has also reached to meet Amit Shah. It is being said that the meeting between Amarinder Singh and Amit Shah is important, because most of the farmers of Punjab are protesting against this new law.
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikat, who reached Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi, said that we hope that a solution will be found in the talks. If our demand is not met, the farmers will participate in the Republic Day parade held in Delhi.
Central government ready to give written assurance on MSP
The Minister of State for Commerce Som Prakash, who was part of the government delegation, gave a big statement in the conversation with News 24.
Som Prakash has said that the central government has no objection to the written assurance on the MSP, if there is a dialogue with the farmers then a solution will surely be found.
According to sources, the government can give relief to the farmers on contract farming. It is being said that now the farmers can get the right to go to court.