The Lok Sabha on Monday passed the Farm Laws Repeal Bill amid sloganeering by Opposition MPs. The bill was tabled by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.
Government of India under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi is committed to working for the interest of farmers. Every year the focus is not only on increased budget allocation, but also the implementation of schemes: Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar
After more than four hours of discussions with three union ministers and senior officials, farmer leaders said the government sought more time for internal consultations to present a final proposal in the next meeting to resolve the issue.
"Farmers should keep faith in Modi govt that whatever will be done, it will be in their interest. I want to thank Farmers' unions for maintaining the discipline...Since talks couldn't be completed today, we've called for another meeting on 9th December," said Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.
After the 5th round of Centre-farmers talks on Saturday, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar once again assured farmers that MSP will continue and that there is no threat to it. However, the talks remained inconclusive once again and it was decided that the next meeting will talke place on December 9.