Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar Asks Farmer Unions To Form Panel With Government Officials Over New Laws: Report

Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar Asks Farmer Unions To Form Panel With Government Officials Over New Laws: Report

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Farmers have been protesting on different borders of Delhi since November 26

During the tenth round of talks on farm laws, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Wednesday asked farmer unions to form a committee with farmers and government representatives as members  that will discuss the laws clause wise.

According to sources, the minister has also told the farmer union leaders that the government can wait for a year for the implementation of farm laws.

"Agriculture Minister asked farmer unions to constitute a committee with farmers and government representatives as members. The committee will discuss the laws clause wise. While the court has put farm laws in abeyance for 2 months, if needed and consultations are on, the government can wait for a year for their implementation," a source told news agency ANI.

The tenth round of talks between farmer unions and the Central government over the three farm laws began at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi on Wednesday. The talks were earlier scheduled for January 19 and were later postponed to Wednesday.

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