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Farmers protest today's update
Farmers protest today's update

Farmers protest today’s update ;After talks with farmers, Agriculture Minister said – Agreement made on two issues. The sixth round of talks has been concluded on Wednesday with the farmers sitting on dharna on the borders of Delhi for the last 35 days, demanding the repeal of the 3 agricultural laws passed by the central government. After the conclusion of the talks, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar gave information that the two sides have agreed on two issues. He told that both sides agreed on the issues related to the proposed electricity law, burning of stubble.

The next meeting will discuss MSP guarantee and three agricultural laws. Earlier, the government said in a meeting with farmers that a committee could be formed to discuss the demands and issues related to the three agricultural laws. The government gave detailed information related to the laws in the meeting and said that there is a long process of making and withdrawing laws.

On Wednesday, the Central Government held a sixth round of talks with the Farmers Protest for the last 35 days, demanding the repeal of 3 Farm Laws passed by the Central Government. After the conclusion of the talks, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar gave information that the two sides have agreed on two issues. He told that both sides agreed on the issues related to the proposed electricity law, burning of stubble.

Farmers protest today’s update

Farmer leader Kalwant Singh Sandhu said that the next round of meeting between the government and farmer unions will be held on January 4. He said that today’s meeting was mainly focused on the issue of burning electricity and stubble. The next meeting will discuss MSP guarantee and three agricultural laws.

The farmers had made it clear a day in advance that they would talk to the government on the issue of cancellation of laws. Now quoting sources, the government said in a meeting with the farmers that a committee can be formed to discuss the demands and issues related to the three agricultural laws. The government gave detailed information related to the laws in the meeting and said that there is a long process of making and withdrawing laws.

Earlier, the sixth round of talks between protesting farmers’ organizations and three Union ministers began on Wednesday afternoon to end the deadlock over agricultural laws for more than a month.

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