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Farmers’ stagnation will end if agricultural agencies are willing to: Take | India News


GWALIOR: The Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Saturday that the stalemate over ongoing farmer unrest will end the day when the leaders of the agricultural unions decide to solve this problem.
“The government will also find a way out. The Center is ready for talks and wants to solve the problem,” Tomar told reporters.
He came here after campaigning for the BJP for the assembly elections in Assam, where voting for the first phase took place on Saturday.
“The current BJP government in Assam worked well. After a long period, the people of Assam witnessed peace, development and a sense of security under this government. The BJP will return to power in that state,” Tomar said .
In consultation, Morena’s MP said that the BJP is in a very strong position in TMC-ruled West Bengal, where the vote for the first phase took place.
Thousands of farmers, mainly from Haryana, Punjab and western Uttar Pradesh, have been protesting for the past four months at the Delhi border points, demanding the repeal of three new agricultural laws, calling them “anti-farmers”.
In September last year, the Center enacted the Agricultural Products Trade and Trade (Promotion and Facilitation) Act 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Guarantee and Agricultural Services 2020, and the Essential Products Act. (Amendment) of 2020.
Several rounds of talks between the government and farmers’ leaders have failed to break the deadlock.

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