Union minister Som Prakash, who’s among the many authorities representatives negotiating with the farmers protesting towards three new farm legal guidelines, on Saturday mentioned efforts are being made to name the following spherical of assembly with the leaders of the agitation quickly to finish the stalemate.
After holding discussions with agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar on the farmer agitation, Prakash instructed PTI, “We are attempting to name a gathering early…. We’re discussing. The date has not been finalised.” “In the end, we now have to resolve this concern via dialogue. There is no such thing as a different approach out. They (farmers) additionally learn about it, we additionally know,” he added.
Asserting that the federal government is prepared for discussions anytime, Prakash, the minister of state for commerce and industries and an MP from Punjab, mentioned the Centre is “involved” in regards to the protesting farmers and urged them to come back to the dialogue desk.
1000’s of farmers, largely from Punjab, are protesting at varied borders of Delhi for 16 days now, in search of a repeal of the three farm legal guidelines that they declare are “pro-corporates”.
The final six rounds of talks between the Centre and 40 farmers’ union leaders have remained inconclusive. The federal government has despatched a draft proposal to the farmer leaders for consideration. However the farmer leaders have rejected the federal government’s proposal and intensified their protest.