The central government has called for a meeting with the farmer’s unions on December 30.
The government has asked for the meeting to end the deadlock over the new farm laws which has led a massive agitation at the border of the National Capital.
The organizations of the farmers on had written a letter to the government and asked the government to end the deadlock over the new farm laws and also said that the government should repeal the government as the laws enacted are not in the favor of the farmers of the nation. The government has also extended a subsidy of 50% on the transportation of vegetables and fruits and the protest of the farmers entered 33rd day on 27 December.
The organizations of the farmers had decided to continue their protest against the new farm laws which were enacted by the government in September.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing the nation through ‘Mann Ki Baat’, the protesting farmers from the borders of the National Capital banged the utensils and raised slogans during ‘Mann Ki Baat’. A prominent farmer leader from Haryana appealed to the Prime Minister to listen to the voice of the farmers who are protesting at the National Capital’s border. The protesting farmers have been camping at the borders of National Capital since November 26.
The Center has said that these laws will help them to grow and will allow them to sell their crops anywhere in the nation. PM Modi has urged the opposition political parties to stop misleading the farmers of the nation and asked the farmers to co-operate with the government.
As the government has asked the farmers to decide a date for the discussion. A letter was sent to the government on Saturday by the leaders of the farmer organizations where they had mentioned the date and time for the next round of talks with some major demands. And in the demand, the farmers are asking the government to repeal the laws.