The farmers turned down the invitation for talks on behalf of the government

The Central Government on Thursday sent a proposal to the protesting farmers to resume the stalled negotiations and asked them to line a date as per their convenience to finish the deadlock made on the new agricultural laws.

The farmers turned down the invitation for talks on behalf of the government
Farmers Protest

The Central Government on Thursday sent a proposal to the protesting farmers to resume the stalled negotiations and asked them to line a date as per their convenience to finish the deadlock made on the new agricultural laws. However, agitating farmers' organizations alleged that the government's new letter for talks was nothing but a propaganda about farmers to demonstrate that they weren't willing to barter . At an equivalent time, the farmers' organizations also asked the govt to incorporate the repeal of three new agricultural laws within the agenda to revive the dialogue. The farmers say that the govt isn't serious about their demand.

The United Kisan Morcha is predicted to satisfy on Friday to debate the Centre's letter and provides a proper reply thereto . For the last 27 days, 40 farmer organizations are demonstrating under the banner of this front at three entry points of Delhi - Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border.

The Agriculture Ministry, along side sending a replacement proposal, clarified that it might not be "logical" to incorporate any new demand associated with the minimum support price on the agenda because it is beyond the scope of the new agricultural laws. However, the unions said that the MSP can't be kept break away the demand to repeal the controversial laws. He said that giving legal guarantee to MSP is a crucial point of his movement. The ministry said that it's able to find a logical solution to the problems of the protesting farmers.

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