new Delhi: Within the all-party assembly, PM Narendra Modi mentioned that farmers are at a distance from the federal government, they will discuss anytime. Reacting to this matter of PM Modi, Bhartiya Kisan Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait thanked him. Tikait mentioned that he thanks PM Modi as a result of he took farmers into consideration. With this, he mentioned that the Prime Minister ought to have a dialogue between the federal government and the farmers.
Rakesh Tikait mentioned, “Take away my tears, they had been the tears of the farmer. Neither will let the federal government bow the pinnacle nor the turban of the farmer bend. If we run stones on our folks, the farmer is identical and the tractor can be the identical.”
Shiv Kumar Kakaji mentioned – We by no means backed away from the dialog
Farmer chief Shiv Kumar Kakaji additionally gave this response. When he was requested whether or not you’d discuss to the federal government, he mentioned that we’ll undoubtedly discuss. If they’re at a distance of a name, then we’re at a hoop distance. The day we flip the bell, we are going to attain that day. Resolution ought to be taken from the dialog. We’re not falling behind with that. We’ve by no means shied away from speaking. If the Prime Minister has requested for talks, we welcome it.
What did PM Modi say within the all-party assembly?
PM Modi additionally mentioned that the proposal given by the Central Authorities relating to the three agricultural legal guidelines continues to be intact. He mentioned that Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is only a cellphone name away from the protesting farmers. If the farmers need then they will discuss. The PM mentioned that the provide made by the federal government through the talks continues to be intact.
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