Opposing agricultural laws Farmer Are firmly on their demands. They say that until the government withdraws these laws, their performance will continue.
Meanwhile, there are reports that the government will discuss this issue Parliament Can call a session of
It is being told that the government is considering calling a session to end the deadlock with farmers.
Possibility of special session, but not final decision yet – sources
Indian Express Has quoted senior government sources as saying that the government has not rejected the option of calling a session.
In response to the question of convening a special session of Parliament to discuss farmers’ issues, sources said that there is a possibility, but no final decision has been taken yet.
The farmers are also demanding the government to convene a special session of Parliament.
Congress has demanded to call the winter session
Earlier on Thursday, Congress leader in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, demanding a short winter session.
He wrote that in the session, ‘many important issues’ should be discussed, including the demonstrations of farmers at many places.
However, sources say that the government has not considered any such possibility. The winter season has not yet been held due to Corona.
The agreement between the farmers and the government has not yet been reached
Fifth round meeting between farmers and government on Saturday Endless was. Now both sides will hold talks again on 9 December. The government is proposing to amend the laws, but farmers are adamant on repealing the laws.
Farmers adamant on demands
In the meeting held on Saturday, the government had talked about strengthening government mandis, making provisions for farmers to go to court, etc., but the farmers have not agreed to any proposal less than the repeal of the laws.
During the meeting on Saturday, the farmers adopted tough attitude and once even threatened to walkout from the meeting.
The farmers were demanding answers from the government in ‘yes’ and ‘no’ to their demands.
Government will send proposal to farmers on December 9
After the meeting was over, the farmer leaders who came out of Vigyan Bhavan said that central government A proposal will be sent to them on 9 December. Farmers will discuss this among themselves. After which the next meeting with the government will take place on the same day.
Government is ready to remove all apprehensions of farmers: Agriculture Minister
After the meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the MSP will continue. If the farmers are skeptical at any point, the government is ready to address it. Government mandis should be stronger, the government is ready for this.
He said that the government is ready to remove the misconceptions of farmers on government mandis. The government wanted suggestions on a few more points, but this could not happen. Therefore, the next round of meetings will be held on 9 December.
Cause of dispute
What is the whole issue related to agricultural laws
The Modi government has brought three laws to improve the agriculture sector, including making provisions for procurement outside government mandis, approving contract farming and ending the storage limit for many grains and pulses.
Punjab And farmers of many states including Haryana are strongly opposing these laws.
He says that through these the government wants to get rid of mandis and the minimum support price (MSP).