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Agriculture Minister’s taunt on farmer leaders before 9th round of talks

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Farmer leaders have reached Vigyan Bhawan from the Singhu border for the 9th phase of talks with the central government.

Rakesh Tikait , national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said, “The law has brought Parliament and they will end there. The law will have to be withdrawn and the MSP will have to bring the law.”

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At the same time, Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary has said that “Farmers Union leaders are getting bigger than the Supreme Court. The Minister has held 8 consecutive rounds of talks, the Home Minister is in constant touch with him, the Prime Minister has also assured , The court has banned the laws. This is their stubbornness, they should leave it. “

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that “The Government of India welcomes the decision of the Supreme Court and when the committee constituted by the Supreme Court will call the government, we will present our side before the committee. Today the date of the talks was fixed so with the farmers Our dialogue is going on. We are constantly trying to find a way out through discussions with farmers. Today the laws will be discussed. “

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Till now there have been eight stage talks between the government and the farmers, in which no result was achieved. Farmers want all three agricultural laws to be withdrawn.

But the central government is trying to find a middle ground. The government had proposed some amendments to the agricultural laws in front of the peasant leaders, on which the farmer organizations did not agree.

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On the other hand, the protest against the agricultural laws continues today on the 51st day.

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