The Government is still ready to suspend the farm laws and the doors are open for talks said the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He was addressing an all party meet on the eve of the Budget session of the parliament.
I am a phone call away and the Government is also a phone call away for talks the Prime Minister said to the leaders from various other parties who attend the PM meeting.
The Prime Minister was in a positive stance and wanted the issue to be resolved with talks and a dialogue. The Government has already proposed that the laws will be suspended for a period of 18 months.
But the farmer leaders did not agree to the proposal of the Government they want all the 3 laws to be repealed and nothing less than that. Now it is reported that more farmers are coming to the borders to continue the agitation against the Government.
During the All-Party meet PM @narendramodi assured that GOI is approaching the farmers issue with an open mind. PM said GoI’s stand is same as it was on 22nd- proposal by Agriculture Minister still stands. He reiterated what Tomar Ji said – that he is phone call away for talks.
— Pralhad Joshi (@JoshiPralhad) January 30, 2021