After the Republic Day violence invoked by the protesters amid the tractor rally, the Centre is not in any hurry to have the next round of talks with the farmers regarding the decision for the three controversial farm laws.
The government is anticipating the report of the investigation on-going by the Delhi Police, after which, they will commence the next round of talks with the farmers unions.
When asked if the conversation with the farmers is over, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar responded, “We have never said that the doors for dialogue are closed. Whenever talks are to be held, we will let you know.”
Following the violence invoked by the protesting farmers on Tuesday, the leaders of the farmer unions have only been hopeful regarding the Centre having a round of discussion with them.
The talks between the Centre and the farmers have been inconclusive and after eleventh round, post the ‘best offer’ proposed by the Government regarding implementing the laws after 1.5 years, as the farmers rejected it blatantly, the talks have come to a standstill.
When inquired about the subject of violence being broached about in the Cabinet, Javadekar answered that the Cabinet is different from the Security Committee. Regarding the bouts of violence by the farmers, Union Minister for Agriculture, Narendra Singh Tomar led the accusation to the ‘external forces’ with which the farmers have been obstinate over their demands to revoke the agricultural laws and iterated that nothing can be resolved in cases when the agitation has lost the track from its sanctity.
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