10th round of talks between the farmers and central government on new agricultural laws today

The talks were earlier scheduled to be persisted Tuesday, but were postponed. The meeting are going to be held at Vigyan Bhawan from 2 pm.

10th round of talks between the farmers and central government on new agricultural laws today
farmers and central government on new agricultural laws

The 10th round of talks are going to be held today between the central government and agitating farmers regarding new agricultural laws. The talks were earlier scheduled to be persisted Tuesday, but were postponed. The meeting are going to be held at Vigyan Bhawan from 2 pm. From last two months farmers are protesting against the three new agricultural laws on the Delhi border. they're adamant on demanding the withdrawal of all three laws. On the opposite hand, the central government is describing the new laws as beneficial to the farmers and needs to resolve the deadlock through negotiations. There are nine rounds of talks between the 2 sides thus far , but nothing has been achieved thus far .

Ninth round of talks on 15th January happened between the central government and therefore the farmer unions. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the unions are asked to make informal groups among themselves and submit a draft to the govt regarding their demands. The Agriculture Minister has said that the govt will consider the draft with an 'open mind'. He said that the govt cares about the farmers protesting within the event of cold. He stressed that the middle is positive to succeed in an answer through dialogue. On 12 January, the Supreme Court stayed the implementation of the three agricultural laws of the middle and asked the committee constituted by it to submit its report in two months.

The committee has been directed to barter with the farmers and submit their recommendations associated with agricultural laws within two months of their first meeting. However, the leaders of the farmer unions rejected the committee, saying that their members were already in favor of agricultural laws. The National President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (MAN), Bhupinder Singh Mann, on Thursday distanced himself from the four-member committee appointed by the apex court regarding the new agricultural laws.

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