‘Ghar waapsi’ depends on ‘law waapsi’: Farmers to Government

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    ‘Ghar waapsi’ depends upon ‘law waapsi’: Farmers to Government

    Ahead of the talks, the federal government had actually revealed hope of positive arise from the conference while the farmers threatened to heighten the stir.


    Farmers' leaders arrive at Vigyan Bhawan to hold talks with the Government.

    Farmers’ leaders arrive at Vigyan Bhawan to hold talks with the Federal government. (Photo: ANI)

    Updated: Jan 8, 2021, 06: 15 PM IST

    The eight round of talks in between the objecting farmers and the federal government on Friday failed to break the stalemate, and the next meeting will be hung on January15 The farmers stayed determined on their demand to repeal the Farm Acts.

    ” Our ‘ ghar wapsi‘ (go back to house) can occur just if you do ‘ law wapsi‘ (repeal of laws),” a farmer leader was quoted as saying after the meeting.

    ” Ideally, the Centre must not interfere in farming matters as various Supreme Court orders have declared farming as a state subject. It seems you (the government) do not wish to deal with the problem as talks have been happening for many days. In that case, please give us a clear response and we will go. Why waste everybody’s time,” another farmer leader said at the meeting.

    All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) member Kavitha Kuruganti, who was also present in the meeting, stated the federal government has actually told unions that it can not and will not reverse these laws. Around one hour after the conference, the three ministers stepped out of the conversation hall for their own internal assessments, after union leaders decided to observe silence while holding out papers with slogans including ‘ Jeetenge ya Marenge‘ (We will either win or die).

    Ahead of the talks, the federal government had expressed hope of positive arise from the conference while the farmers threatened to magnify the stir if their need to repeal three controversial farm laws is not satisfied.

    Farmer leader Gurbaksa Singh Barnala said that the farmers will heighten the stir and enter Delhi on Republic Day if their needs are not met. “There is no other way forward but to reverse the 3 laws,” he stated.

    Farming Minister Narendra Sigh Tomar, Customer Affairs Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industries Som Parkash represented the federal government at the talks at the Vigyan Bhavan, while Agriculture Secretary Sanjay Agarwal and other Ministry authorities were likewise present.

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