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NEW DELHI: The farmer unions on Saturday mentioned they need to maintain discussions with the federal government on the brand new farm legal guidelines however will not again down from their demand that they need to be fully withdrawn.
The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella physique of farmer unions, added there’s completely no query of closing the door on talks with the federal government.
The SKM was reacting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s remarks at an all-party assembly earlier at this time the place he pressured that his authorities’s proposal to the unions nonetheless stands and it’s only a “phone call away” for talks.
“Farmers have come all the way in which to the doorsteps of Delhi to converse with their elected authorities and subsequently, there isn’t any query of the farmer organisations closing the door on talks with the federal government,” the morcha mentioned in a press release.

However, the morcha that they’ll proceed to hunt a complete repeal of the legal guidelines in addition to authorized assure for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) system.
In a digital tackle to leaders of political parters, the Prime Minister at this time mentioned that the federal government’s provide to remain the farm legal guidelines for 12-18 months nonetheless stands.
“The Prime Minister assured that the Centre is approaching the farmers’ difficulty with an open thoughts,” parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi mentioned after the assembly.
“The Prime Minister mentioned the Centre’s stand is identical because it was on January 22, the final assembly between the protesting farmers and the Centre and proposal given by Agriculture Minister on the farm legal guidelines nonetheless stands. Modiji reiterated what Tomarji had mentioned – that he (Narendra Singh Tomar) is a cellphone name away for talks,” Joshi mentioned, quoting Modi.

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