On Wednesday, the 10th round of talks will be held between the farmers and the government. This meeting was first decided on January 19, which the government postponed for one day to January 20.
Even before this meeting, Rakesh Singh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, has said that he has little hope of finding a solution from this conversation.
Talking to news agency ANI, he said on Monday that “We are going to talk to the government, but we do not expect any conclusion from this”.
Earlier, the 9th round of negotiations between the two sides ended on January 15. After this meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that he had asked the farmers to consider this by forming small informal groups and submit a draft of their demands to the government.
For the last more than 50 days, there have been nine meetings between farmers and government demonstrating on the borders connecting Delhi with Haryana, Punjab and UP against three agricultural laws and all these meetings have been inconclusive. In this case, the Supreme Court has also ordered the formation of a committee, which will communicate with the farmers’ organizations and the government and submit a report in the court.
However Anil Ghanwat, a key member of the Supreme Court committee created to discuss agricultural laws, said that the committee members will not let their personal opinions dominate while negotiating the law with various stakeholders.
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He stressed that he is not in favor of any party or government. On Thursday, the first meeting of the Supreme Court committee with farmers and other stakeholders is proposed.
On January 11, the Supreme Court constituted a four-member committee, but the appointed members supported the agricultural laws through articles and statements before the formation of this committee. The protesting farmers had also raised questions about this. The farmers have said that they will not appear before this committee.
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Bhupinder Singh Mann, a member of the committee, has already distanced himself from it.