Initiations by farmers on the borders of the national capital Delhi to protest against the newly amended cultivation laws by the Narendra Modi government at the Center continued on Friday, the 51st. The ninth round of talks between the Center and the farmers’ unions to resolve the issues also failed. Union ministers and leaders of farmers’ unions spoke to the media after Friday’s talks at the Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi.
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The farmers insisted that the cultivation laws should be withdrawn. The Center did not negotiate this time as Sasemira said so. It was decided to meet again on the 19th of this month at 12 noon to hold talks. Leaders of 41 farmers’ unions demanded that the Center repeal the agricultural laws and legalize the minimum support price for crops. The ministers said no. Political reasons were shown for this. While ..
Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Indian Kisan Union (BKU), said they would not go to a committee set up by the Supreme Court unless they negotiate with the Center for the ninth time on the issue of agricultural laws. He spoke to the media after the talks. They will negotiate with the center. It is known that the Supreme Court has suspended the implementation of cultivation laws and set up a committee for consultation with both the parties (farmers, center).
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Agricultural economist Ashok Gulati, Indian Kisan Union-Man president Bhupinder Singh Mann, Shetkari Sangh president Anil Ghanwat and Pramod Kumar Joshi of the International Food Policy Research Institute were appointed as members of the committee by the Supreme Court. Now the farmers’ unions have also said that the Supreme Committee will not go ahead. And ..
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the ninth tranche of talks with farmers has not been decided. He said that they were ready to resolve the issue through negotiations and now the farmers should come up with proposals with clarity. Tomar said the Center would respond whenever a committee set up by the Supreme Court was called and would go for talks.