Amid intensifying protests, the central government today called the farmers’ organizations for talks

  • Thousands in opposition to agricultural legislation Farmer Delhi Are stuck on the border. Meanwhile, the central government has agreed to negotiate before the due date.

    The government had earlier called farmers for talks on December 3, but now this conversation will be held today i.e. on Tuesday.

    Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has called the farmers’ organizations for talks at three o’clock this afternoon.

    Let us know about this in detail.

  • The background

    What is the whole matter of 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 storage limits for many grains and pulses.

    Farmers of many states including Punjab and Haryana are strongly opposed to these laws. He says that through these the government wants to get rid of mandis and the minimum support price (MSP).

  • Invitation of talks to leaders of 32 farmer organizations

  • Ministry of Agriculture Has called leaders of farmers’ organizations to Vigyan Bhavan for talks with the government

    The letter issued by the ministry names 32 farmers’ organizations and their leaders.

    Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that all the organizations and leaders who were involved in the first round of talks have been called again.

    Farmers’ organizations will meet on Tuesday morning to consider this invitation and formulate further strategies.

  • Farmers did not agree on Amit Shah’s proposal

  • Earlier Home Minister Amit Shah Had proposed to the farmers to negotiate before 3 December.

    The farmers rejected it saying that they wanted to negotiate without any condition.

    After this, Shah met the Agriculture Minister for the second time within 24 hours. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also attended this meeting which lasted for about two hours at the house of BJP President JP Nadda.

  • reaction

    “Not negotiated until all organizations are called”

    "Not negotiated until all organizations are called"
  • The response of the farmers organizations has started coming on the invitation of the Central Government to negotiate.

    Sukhwinder Singh, Joint Secretary, Punjab Kisan Sangharsh Samiti, news agency ANI Talking to said, “There are more than 500 farmers’ organizations in the country. The government has invited only 32 for talks. The rest has not been called by the government for talks. Until all the organizations are called, we Will not go for talks. ”

  • Kharians of the Hariyans supported the farmers

  • The Khap Panchayats of Haryana have decided to travel to Delhi in support of the farmers.

    There was a meeting of the heads of 30 Khapas in Rohtak. In this meeting under the banner of ‘Sarve Khap’, it has been decided that on Tuesday they will gather together and travel to Delhi in support of the farmers.

    At the same time, Independent MLA from Dadri, Sombir Sangwan, has resigned as chairman of the Board of Livestock Development in support of farmers.

  • NDA partner demands withdrawal of laws

    NDA partner demands withdrawal of laws
  • Hanuman Bainiwal, MP from Rajasthan and head of the National Democratic Party, has threatened to leave the NDA on agricultural laws.

    Addressing Amit Shah, Bainiwal tweeted that these agricultural laws should be withdrawn. He also urged the government to talk to the farmers immediately.

    He further wrote that if the government does not consider the demand of the farmers then they will have to consider staying in the NDA.

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