The federal government has supplied to carry discussions with the representatives of farmers’ our bodies from Punjab, to resolve the matter on the brand new farm legal guidelines enacted by the Centre. This comes after Union ministers on Friday met the representatives of farmers’ our bodies from Punjab. Speaking to the media after the assembly, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar mentioned there’s a huge hole between their (farmers’) calls for and Central authorities’s stand, which does not appear to be resolving quickly, and subsequently, it was determined to proceed the talks on the problem.
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Som Prakash, MoS, Ministry of Commerce and Industries, have been additionally current within the assembly held at Vigyan Bhavan. The representatives of 29 farmers’ our bodies from Punjab attended the assembly.
Tomar mentioned, “The assembly was held in a harmonious environment. After the farmers expressed their views and we defined the federal government’s stand, it got here to our discover that there’s a huge hole between their calls for and the central authorities’s place. So I requested them to have extra discussions on the matter.”
He mentioned numerous points associated to farmers’ welfare have been mentioned at size throughout the interplay. “I assured them that the federal government of India is all the time dedicated to guard the curiosity of the farmers and open for discussions for his or her welfare.
Throughout the interplay, the ministers additionally advised the farmers that procurement of farm produce on MSP and the Mandi system will proceed as earlier than. The brand new farm legal guidelines will encourage Mandis to offer higher companies to the farmers, they claimed.
Tomar mentioned the federal government is taking a number of measures for the welfare of the farmers with a selected concentrate on ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’, and the brand new farm legal guidelines wouldn’t solely present freedom of option to the farmers to promote their produce at remunerative value but additionally safeguard their pursuits.
(With IANS inputs)