Large numbers of farmers have gathered in and around Delhi to protest against the three farm laws.
The fifth round of talks between the central government and farmers is due to take place today.
Large numbers of farmers have gathered in and around Delhi to protest the three farm laws.
On Thursday, farmers held the fourth round of talks with the center, saying the government had talked about some changes to the agricultural laws.
In the fourth round of the meeting, the leaders of the farmers proposed that the government hold a special session of parliament and proposed the abolition of the three agricultural laws.
The Union’s Agriculture Minister, Narendra Singh Tomar, said after the talks that the government had no ego and was openly discussing the issues raised by farmers.
« The government will discuss issues that emerged at Friday’s meeting and hopes that the talks will be final at the next round of discussions on Saturday, » the minister said.
He went out of his way to protest against farmers’ demands, saying MSP would not be touched. The government is open to its proposals on parity between mandis under the APMC law and those outside, for disputes under the new agricultural laws, which will be decided in court and in court for the registration of traders.
After the fourth round of talks between the government and representatives of protesting farmers, he spoke to media representatives and said the government had no ego and was openly discussing the issues raised by farmers.
Previously, on 1. Declined during a roundtable meeting with the union’s agriculture minister and other leaders on December 12, the government’s tea invitation was turned down, saying they had come to assert their right to not drink tea from the government.
Farmers protest against the Farmer’s Trade and Industry (Promotion and Facilitation) Act of 2020, the Farmers (Authorization and Protection) Act on Price Hedge and Agricultural Services, 2020 and the Essential Goods Act (Amendment), 2020.
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