Centre ready to suspend agri laws for over a year, farmers to consider proposal; next meeting on January 22

Credit: Zee News- Published on January 20, 2021
The next meeting between the Centre and farmer leaders have been scheduled for January 22, a day after the farmer unions hold their internal discussions on Thursday. The 10th round of talks ended at Vigyan Bhawan after nearly five hours of talks, including two breaks. "The government proposed to suspend the farm laws for one and...

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Published on January 22, 2021 -  01:10
Next meeting can take place only if farmer unions ready to accept Centre's proposal: Rakesh Tikait
BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that the next round of meeting can take place only if farmer unions are ready to accept Government's proposal of putting the implementation of the farm laws on hold for two years. "During the meeting, the government offered to put the implementation of the farm laws on hold for two years and said that the next round of meeting can take place only if farmer unions are ready to accept the proposal," he said.

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