New Delhi: The farmers' agitation against the agricultural laws made by the PM Modi government continues.
In the midst of the long battle on Tuesday, a meeting between the central government and the farmers was held in the national capital. Even after the 4-hour meeting, no agreement was reached between the government and the farmers.
As no decision was arrived at during the meeting held in Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi, the next meeting will be held on December 3 at 12 noon.
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the interaction with the farmers was fruitful.
"We have decided to negotiate again on December 3. We want the farmers to form a small committee in order to negotiate with the government. But the farmer leaders are demanding that there should be dialogue with every farmer. We have no problem in talking to every farmer," Narendra Singh Tomar said after the meeting.
Narendra Singh Tomar also urged the farmers to end the agitation.
The protesting farmers are sitting on the Delhi-Noida link road, causing huge traffic jams. The jam starts from ITO bridge, which is connected to Shakarpur Chungi, Yamuna Bank, Akshardham. Ring road, Mathura road and Barapula. All these places are suffering huge traffic congestions due to diversions.
Due to the closure of the Chilla border crossing, there was a huge jam on all the routes between Delhi and Noida. The Ashok Nagar border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh was also jammed.