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The statement of the agreement was found in the Central Government’s statement for the first time about the ongoing movement against agricultural laws. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said on Friday that formal talks are going on with the protesting organizations to address the current crisis. The results are expected to be out before the year is over. However, organizations are saying that they accept nothing less than the abolition of laws.

Tomar said that if the farmers were able to explain their objections to each of their clauses, then they would consider changes in the laws. Tomar said these things in an interview given to the news agency.

Tomar’s 5 things on agricultural laws and movement

1. Will relieve anxiety if appropriate
Tomar said that the Modi government is committed to address all legitimate concerns of farmers. The government is also ready to resume formal negotiations for this, but it has been emphasized that there will be no point at any point of those who are carrying guns on the shoulders of the farmers.

2. Opposition is misleading farmers
The Union Agriculture Minister held the opposition parties responsible for misleading the farmers. He also accused the opposition of politicizing the issue. On behalf of the Center, Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Food Minister Piyush Goyal and Union Minister Som Prakash are talking to about 40 farmer organizations. Tomar is leading it.

3. Will wait for Supreme Court order
On the question whether the committee to be constituted by the Supreme Court will negotiate and find a solution or will the government continue its efforts? Tomar said that the government has kept its doors open for talks with farmer leaders and we will wait for the order of the Supreme Court for further steps. He said that the government can consider changes in the law if they are able to explain their objections to each clause.

4. There is no law for everything
Tomar said that the government is there to solve the problems of the farmers, but what is the problem, if it is not told how the government will find a solution. When asked how the government will fulfill the promise of MSP. He said that we are ready to give in writing. This is an administrative decision. There cannot be a law for everything. He emphasized that the current agricultural laws are for the benefit of farmers.

5. Earlier the opposition was in support of changes in the law
The Akali Dal had alleged that the BJP is a real piecemeal gang. To this Tomar said, “Political parties should not do politics in the name of farmers.” He said that these were the same parties who were supporting this change at the time of elections. The Congress, the Akali Dal or the Aam Aadmi Party were all supporting these changes in the 2019 general elections and the Punjab assembly elections. Now they have changed their stand.

On Thursday, Tomar wrote an eight-page open letter to the farmers.
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar wrote a letter to farmers on Thursday on the 22nd day of the peasant movement. In this, along with addressing the concerns of the farmers, he also advised not to become a pawn of the opposition. He said that those people who opposed the ideology of the country in the 1962 war, are misleading the peasants from behind the scenes, today they are speaking the language of 1962 again. Read the full news here …

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