Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders, the Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Wednesday said that the farm laws 2020 are in the interests of farmers and that they are ready for talks.
"I appeal to the farmers that the laws are in their interest and the reforms have been done after a long wait, but if they have any objection to it then we are ready to address their concerns," Narendra Singh Tomar said while talking about the farm laws 2020.
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"We will hold discussions with farmers' leaders on December 3. Let's see to what extent issues can be resolved," the Union Agriculture Minister said.
On the other hand, the farmers after the meeting announced that they will burn the effigies against Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the BJP government and the corporate houses.
"We call for the burning of effigies throughout the country to protest against Modi government and corporate houses on December 5," Darshan Pal, President of Krantikari Kisan Union, said.
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Meanwhile, Darshan Pal also said that "We also held talks with Tikait Ji (of Bharatiya Kisan Union), he told us that he is with us. We are together in this struggle."
"We demand that the Central government should call a special Parliament Session to repeal the farm laws," he added.
Likewise, Pratibha Shinde, Lok Sangharsh Morcha, said that "We'll burn effigies in every district of Maharashtra tomorrow & on 5th Dec in Gujarat to protest against Centre. Tomorrow is the last chance for govt to take the decision to repeal the laws otherwise this movement will become huge and govt will fall."