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Consensus On 2 Out Of 4 Issues Reached Between Farmers And Govt: Narendra Singh Tomar

Mumbai: Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Wednesday said consensus on two out of four issues was reached between the government and protesting farmers after the sixth round of talks.

“Today’s talks were held in a very good atmosphere and it was concluded on a positive note. The two sides agreed on 2 out of 4 issues,” Tomar said after the 6th round of talks with farmers’ unions at Vigyan Bhavan.

He said the first issue was the ordinance related to the environment and the unions were apprehensive about killing the farmers with sticks. He said that both sides agreed to farmers’ exclusion.

In view of the cold weather in Delhi, I have requested the farmer leaders to send the elders, women and children home. The next round of talks will take place on 4 January,” he said.

The meeting between the three Union ministers and a 41-member representative group of thousands of farmers against three agricultural laws on the borders of the national capital saw both sides breaking bread rather than bread.

Punjab Kisan Union state president Rullu Singh Mansa said that the government has not agreed to give legal support for MSP procurement and has offered to set up a committee on options for proper implementation of MSP, but with unions in the proposal No more sides found.

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait also said that the government has agreed not to implement the proposed electricity amendment bill as well as an ordinance related to air pollution due to burning of the stub.

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