The 8th round of talks between the farmers' organizations and therefore the government are going to be held at Vigyan Bhawan at 2 pm today to demand the repeal of the three agricultural laws. Earlier, the conversation on 30 December was positive. the difficulty of withdrawal of agricultural laws and legal guarantees to MSP didn't plow ahead but two other issues were agreed. within the meeting, it had been agreed to vary the ordinance, which provides for penalty for burning stubble, to stay farmers break away it. At an equivalent time, each side had agreed to postpone the proposed electricity bill. However, talks on the 2 biggest problems with deadlock between the govt and farmers remained stuck there.
Prior to the meeting, Rashish Tikait, national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said, "Tomorrow's agenda are going to be the Swaminathan Committee report, the withdrawal of three agricultural laws and therefore the law on the minimum support price (MSP). we'll not return . thus far 60 farmer martyrs are done. the govt will need to answer. "
Harmeet Singh, the top of the Indian Farmers Union Qadian said that on January 13, we'll celebrate the festival of Lohri by burning copies of agricultural laws. Between 6-20 January, demonstrations, marches etc. are going to be organized in favor of farmers everywhere the country. Azad Hind Kisan Day are going to be celebrated on 23 January.
Farmer leader Manjit Singh Rai on the Singhu border in Delhi said on Sunday, "Today, lathicharge was done on the farmers in Sangrur. We condemn this. We inform the Punjab government that if you probably did not stop lathicharge on the farmers then against them Front are going to be opened in Punjab. "
At an equivalent time, Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary hoped that in tomorrow's meeting there'll be an agreement and therefore the problems of farmers are going to be solved. He said, "We sincerely hope that there'll be an agreement in tomorrow's meeting with the farmers and therefore the problem of the farmers are going to be solved. We hope that there'll be dialogue and therefore the movement will end."