Amit Shah-Rajnath Singh present at PM’s residence meeting ahead of discussion with farmers: Source

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Amit Shah-Rajnath Singh present at PM's residence meeting ahead of discussion with farmers: Source
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Amit Shah-Rajnath Singh present at PM's residence meeting ahead of discussion with farmers: Source
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According to sources, the government is ready to accept some of the demands of the farmers. At the same time, there may be some amendments to agricultural laws if necessary.

Farmers’ protests against the centre’s agricultural laws continue on Saturday. A meeting between the government and farmers’ organisations is scheduled to be held today to end the impasse over agricultural laws. Ahead of the discussion with farmers’ organisations, a key meeting on farmers protest was held at Pradhan Mantri Awas (PM Residence) today. This information was given by the sources. According to sources, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh (Rajnath Singh), Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal were present at the meeting.

The meeting comes at a time when the government is going to hold talks with farmers’ organisations this afternoon. The government’s effort is to end the ongoing stalemate over agricultural laws. In the last meeting with the farmers, the government had indicated moderation.

According to sources, the government is ready to accept some of the demands of the farmers. At the same time, there may be some amendments to agricultural laws if necessary.

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Food Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash will be present in the talks with farmers today. They will discuss the points that the farmer leaders had raised and addressed. According to sources, the government has worked on a possible solution to the provisions that farmer leaders have raised objections to.

The government is expected to break the deadlock on Saturday so that farmers’ protests end as soon as possible. Farmers say that there are many loopholes and shortcomings in these laws and cannot be amended.