New Delhi, Dec 23: Farmers protesting in opposition to the centre’s new farm legislation on Wednesday mentioned that they’re keen to just accept invitation for talks however are ready for the federal government to carry discussions with an open thoughts and current concrete proposals.
Talking at a press convention on the Singhu border, Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav mentioned, “The United Farmers Entrance at present has written a letter to the federal government. It states that the federal government should not query the letter written by United Farmers’ Entrance beforehand because it was a unanimous determination. The federal government’s new letter is a contemporary try and defame the farmers’ associations.”
“We urge the federal government to not repeat these meaningless amendments which we now have rejected however give you a concrete proposal in writing in order that it may be made an agenda, and the method of negotiation will be began as quickly as doable,” he added.
All India Kisan Sabha chief Hannan Molla claimed the federal government wished to tire the farmers out in order that the protest would finish.
“Now we have already advised Dwelling Minister Amit Shah that protesting farmers won’t settle for amendments. Central authorities ought to create a conducive atmosphere for talks. It ought to abandon its stubbornness and settle for the calls for of farmers,” Shiv Kumar Kakka, a frontrunner of one other protesting group, mentioned.