New Delhi: Today is the seventh day of the farmers' agitation against the agricultural bills of the Center.
Demonstration of farmers on the borders of Delhi continues.
However, through negotiations, the farmers and the government are trying to find a solution to this spice. The two-time meeting between the farmers' representatives and the government on Tuesday was unsuccessful.
Now the fourth round of meeting will be held on December 3 at 12 noon. The government had offered to form a committee in the meeting. But the farmer leaders turned down the offer. On the other hand, the government says that the meeting has been positive. Now the fourth round meeting on December 3 is expected to be resolved.
Sardar Chanda Singh of Bhartiya Kisan Union Ekta, who attended the meeting of Vigyan Bhavan, said that the government's stance on the three laws came to light. The farmer is not going to bow down. The government wants to talk but does not want to resolve the issues. We are now eyeing the December 3 meeting.
Balwant Singh, general secretary of the Indian Farmers Union Punjab, told IANS that the government's stand did not appear to be cooperative in the meeting. The government, along with the farmer leaders, had talked about forming a committee to consider the issues. But the condition of the committees is not hidden from anyone. The government wanted to hang the issue through the committee. Therefore, we did not listen to the committee. Now there will be talk on December 3.
Punjab Farmers Organization leader Karnail Singh, who was present in the meeting held with Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar, Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of State Som Prakash, told IANS that the agitation for farmers would continue as the meeting was inconclusive. All three agricultural laws are going to benefit the corporate. The government will accept all the three laws, only then the farmers will accept. He said that continuous dialogue with the government would continue.
Let us tell you that the first meeting with Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister of Railways and Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash started in New Delhi's Vigyan Bhawan from 3:30 pm in which 32 farmers Delegates took part. Later, there was a meeting in the Ministry of Agriculture as well. It was attended by some farmer leaders led by Rakesh Tikait, representative of the Indian Farmers Union.