Farmer movement: Lakha Singh claims, agriculture minister Narendra Tomar becomes emotional during conversation
ABP News While talking to Baba Lakkha Singh, he claimed that the Union Agriculture Minister wept while talking to him. Apart from this, he said that the government listened carefully to him for two hours. Lakha Singh said- ‘People are losing their lives due to the movement. Children, farmers, elderly women and men are on the streets. The sadness of all this is unbearable. That’s why I felt that it should be resolved. That’s why I met the Agriculture Minister today. The conversation was good and we tried to find a solution. Now see what happens in the conversation.
People are losing lives; children, farmers, elderly men & women are sitting on road. Grief is unbearable. I thought it should be resolved somehow. So I met him (Agri Minister) today. Talks were good, we tried to find solution: Baba Lakha Singh, Head of Nanaksar Gurudwara, Kaleran pic.twitter.com/BNx5Ojh9sv
– ANI (@ANI) January 7, 2021
Farmers Tractor Rally
Let us know that the protesting farmers’ organizations opposing the government and the new agricultural laws remained adamant on their stand on Thursday, a day before their eighth round of talks on Friday. The protesting farmers took out tractor rallies to demand their withdrawal of three new agricultural laws, while the Center insisted that it was ready to consider every proposal, except the withdrawal of these laws.
Both sides are trying to overcome the deadlock. Meanwhile, rumors are also being heard that some states are being allowed to move out of the purview of the Central Agricultural Laws, but the farmers associations said that they have not received any such proposal from the government. Narendra Singh Tomar has denied any such proposal.
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There will be talk this afternoon
The eighth round of talks will take place at Vigyan Bhawan at 2 pm on Friday. Earlier, after the meeting held on January 4, it is considered to be very important. In the sixth round of talks on December 30, the government had accepted two demands for power subsidy and stubble burning of farmers. There was no success in any earlier talks.