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Farmer’s dying: whose respect is causing disrespected!!!

On Tuesday, the central government held talks for two and a half hours in 2 phases with farmers agitating against agricultural laws. The result turned out to be nothing. The government gave a power presentation in front of farmer representatives on the Minimum Support Prize (MSP). It was proposed to them that a committee should be formed to discuss new laws. But it did not work. The farmers rejected this offer outright.


After the meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said, ‘The talks were held in a good environment. We asked the farmers to end the movement, but the farmers will take these decisions. We said that we should make a committee, but the farmers wanted all the people to talk together.

Only after this statement, farmer leader Chanda Singh, who was in the delegation, said – Our movement will continue. We will achieve anything, whether it is a bullet or a peaceful solution. We will come for further discussion.

Government’s Proposal:

The Center said that a 5-member committee should be formed. It should include experts from the center and representatives of farmers. The farmers rejected the demand to abolish the law. Said to address the special problems related to laws by Wednesday so that it can be discussed in the meeting to be held on December 3.

Farmer’s Decision:

Rejected the recommendation to form a committee and said that earlier such committees were formed, but no result could be achieved. Until the demands are met, the movement will be intensified throughout the country.

What came out: No result.

Rejected the recommendation to form a committee and said that earlier such committees were formed, but no result could be achieved. Until the demands are met, the movement will be intensified throughout the country.

In October, November, and now December, 3 times in 3 months, the Center discussed with the farmers. The meeting on Tuesday was expected to yield results, as the government had also invited unconditional farmers for talks this time due to the fierce protests that continued for 6 days. Now the eyes are on the meeting to be held on 3 December.

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