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Farmers Agree to Resume Talks with Centre on December 29; Ready for 'Logical Solution'

Chintu Das
Chintu Das
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The revolting farmers have acknowledged the Government’s proposal of converses in order to end the standoff over the three argumentative farming laws passed recently. Forty farmer’s associations jointly requested the public authority and recommended that the discussions be held on 29thDecember 2020. They additionally said that withdrawal of the three laws should be on the top of the list. The associations further held a gathering to devise their future strategy. The new conversations came a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his most grounded assault on the opposition party said that farmer land won't be removed, adding that "a few individuals are spreading lies". The Prime Minister had additionally delivered a monetary aid of Rupees 18,000 crore under the PM-Kisan money transfer plot. Five rounds of talks between the public authority and ranchers have bombed up until this point.

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- Farmers commented that the agenda for the meeting will cover demands for repealing of the farm laws. Amendments to be made to an ordinance on air pollution in order to exclude farmers from trial. Changes have to be made to the draft Electricity Bill 2020 in order to protect the farmers interest.

- The farmer’s meeting started after 3 PM on December 26th, at the Delhi-Haryana border, the focal point of the disturbance. They later proposed in the letter to the centre that the discussions be held at 11 AM on the 29th of December 2020. "You, in your letter, say the centre needs to tune in to farmers consciously. In the event that you truly need that, at that point quit setting deluding comments with respect to our expectations and quit utilizing the whole government framework to spread negative exposure against the fighting farmers," the letter read.

- The centre has asked the agitated farmers to choose a respective date for the next rounds of talks to happen. Shiv Kumar Kakka, Farmer Leader said that the request letter from the govt. is nothing but a propaganda against farmers.

- Leaders speaking on the behalf of the 40 farmer’s association said that the centre "isn't serious about our requests". "The centre should put annulment of the laws on the plan for new exchange," Mr Kakka said.

- Prime Minister Modi blamed the opposition party for spreading rumours as well as lies regarding the farmers inconveniences". Farmers from all over the country have been supporting the new agri laws. However, those with a political agenda are shooting the firearm from the farmers shoulders," PM Modi commented. He additionally focused on West Bengal Mamata Banerjee for impeding a central scheme.

- The PM while consoling the farmers about the MSP for their crops, stated: "I ask even those contradicting me today, that my administration is prepared to converse with them on farmer issues. I ask our farmers to not be deluded by anybody." Friday's effort by BJP covering a total of 9 crore farmers was the greatest so far in the midst of protests.

- “Let the new laws be actualized for a year" asked Rajnath Singh, Defence Minister. Also adding that the centre will be prepared to revise them on the off chance that they are not discovered to be helpful to the farmers.

- A gathering of BJP pioneers in Punjab's Phagwara needed to sneak out from the secondary passage under police assurance on the 25th of December after farmers fighting the focal government's new horticultural laws picketed a lodging that they were holding a meeting in.

- Recently, the farmers started a relay hunger strike to add pressure as they keep on requesting the nullification of laws. A gathering of 11 facts each day for 24 hours.

- Numerous leaders from the opposition including ex-Congress Rahul Gandhi have loaned their voice to the farmers’ disturbance, which turns out to be the greatest over the most recent years. Mr. Gandhi met President Ram Nath Kovind on the 24th of December, 2020 over the issue. CM’s from Punjab, Delhi, Kerala and West Bengal have additionally voiced their worries over the new laws.

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