This time Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar appealed to the farmers to withdraw the farmers’ movement. The minister said the controversial agricultural law would not be repealed and the three farmers’ bills would no longer be raised by the Center. This time the central government is thinking of an alternative approach. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar made such a comment on Thursday. He also said that the center is ready to walk the road of discussion.
Tensions have spread across the country due to the peasant movement. The Center has been meeting with them repeatedly to withdraw the movement. But there is no benefit in that way. The peasants are adamant in their demands. The agitating farmers complained that the Center would have to cancel three new agricultural bills in line with their demands. On the other hand, the center is also immovable from their position. It has been informed that there is no question of repeal of the law.
On Thursday, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh appealed to your agitating farmers to take up the movement and sit down for talks with the Center. Even Rs 1 lakh crore has been allocated for farmers in the first cabinet meeting