Government and farmers reached consent on 2 out of 4 issues, next meeting on Jan 4

New Delhi: The 6th round of talks between the central government and farmers’ organizations partially success claims Agriculture Minister said. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal were present in the meeting. Government and farmers have reached consensus on 2 out of 4 issues. Before the meeting began, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash said, “We hope that the talks will be decisive”.

On the other hand, the government has said that these laws can be amended, but they will not be repealed. In the meantime, the langar food came for the farmers. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal ate langar with the farmers. Explain that the farmers have been sitting on a dharna on the borders of Delhi for more than a month against the three new agricultural laws.

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar met the media after the meeting ended. He said that today’s talks were held in a very good atmosphere and it was concluded on a positive note. The two sides agreed on 2 out of 4 issues. “

The meeting of the government and farmer leaders ends, the farmers are adamant about canceling the three agricultural laws, the next meeting will be held on January 4. During the discussion, the central government told the farmer leaders that a committee could be formed to consider the demands of the farmers regarding the three agricultural laws.

According to the sources, in the meeting with the farmer leaders, the Center said, the Agricultural Law will not be repealed, the Center asked the farmer leaders to end the agitation first.

Also said on MSP that they can talk further on that. In Delhi, Union Ministers Piyush Goyal and Narendra Singh Tomar had lunch with farmer leaders during lunch at Vigyan Bhawan. Ministers assumed anchor. The government held talks with the farmers for more than two hours regarding the three agricultural laws.

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