Farmer unions propose to hold another round of talks with government on Tuesday

The farmer unions have proposed to hold another round of talks with the government on Tuesday at 11 AM.

Briefing reporters at Singhu border, Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav said, all farmer leaders and all farmer unions’ representatives who are protesting against farm laws have mutually decided to hold another round of talks with the Centre.

On Thursday, the Central government had written to the protesting farmers unions and invited them for fresh talks.

Joint Secretary in the Agriculture Ministry Vivek Agrawal had reiterated the government’s commitment to discuss and find a solution to all the issues raised by the farmers. Mr Agarwal had asked farmer Unions to decide the date and time for the next round of talks. 


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