Kundan Singh, New Delhi: After the Supreme Court's decision, in the meeting of United Kisan Morcha, it was decided that the farmers' organizations will continue to negotiate with the government.
However, the farmers have not received any information from the government regarding the tenth round of meeting to be held on January 15.
The farmers' organizations said that if the invitation comes from the government regarding the 15th meeting, we will join it. With this, what will be the outline of the program of 26 January, there will be a meeting of the United Front once again on 17 January. In which it will be decided what program will be kept on 26 January.
However, farmer organizations have made it clear that they have no intention of interfering in any government program. The farmer leader is worried over the rumor of preparing to ravage Delhi among farmers in Punjab and Haryana.
Nothing clear about the meeting
With this, the suspense remains intact for the tenth round meeting of the government with farmers on January 15. The central government has not yet clarified the stand on whether the talks will be held with the farmers on the 15th, as the Supreme Court has constituted a four-member committee to talk with the farmers on three agricultural laws.
In such a situation, the question arises whether the government will continue the dialogue with the farmers or not. Although the farmer organizations have made it clear that they will not hold any talks with the committee set up by the Supreme Court, but their dialogue with the government will continue.
Whether the government will hold talks with farmers on January 15, the government's stand is expected to be clear by this evening.