The government is ready to hold talks with the farmers who are protesting on the agriculture laws. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the government is ready for talks on agriculture law as well as other issues.
New Delhi : The government is ready to hold talks with the farmers who are protesting over the agriculture laws. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the government is ready for talks on agriculture law as well as other issues. Along with this, he said that if farmers bring their concerns on agricultural laws on a logical basis, then it will be talked about. At the same time, NITI Aayog member Ramesh Chand has said that instead of demanding the withdrawal of all three laws, farmers should tell the flaws in the laws for talks with the government.
Ramesh Chand said, “If any two things are wrong then tell us, if there are any five things which you don’t agree with, tell us also. I believe if farmers unions express their desire to discuss laws, then it is farmer leader Rakesh. There will be a big statement from Tikait’s side.” Let us inform that Rakesh Tikait had said on 29 April that the farmers are ready for talks with the central government, but he also supported the discussion on the return of the laws.
Meanwhile, the Central Government has decided to increase the Minimum Support Price (MSP). The Union Cabinet approved this on Wednesday. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar gave this information. Tomar said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in 7 years, so much work has been done in the field of agriculture, which has benefited the farmers.