New Delhi. Congress has farmer organizations Central government proposed talks Tuesday PM with Narendra Modi to announce withdrawal to suspend urged that three relevant today agriculture 'black laws' and demonstrators entered farmers case. The party's chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also said that the government should openly negotiate with all the farmer organizations and resolve the matter without any prejudice and bias.
It is noteworthy that the central government is scheduled to hold talks with the farmers' organizations on Tuesday afternoon. A large number of farmers have been protesting near Delhi for a week in protest against the three agricultural laws. Surjewala released a video saying, "Late come, better come." Millions of farmers have been on the streets for the last one week, but the arrogant Modi government was not ready to talk to them. But now we have invited less talk. We say that if the government has opened the doors for dialogue, then also open your mind and do not talk with prejudice. ”He said,“ Our demand is that all farmer organizations should be called for talks so that farmers That all problems can be solved before the government.
Surjewala urged, "The Prime Minister should decide to suspend the three black laws today and announce it." Announce unconditional withdrawal of the cases filed on thousands of farmers. The cases filed in connection with burning of straw, should also be withdrawn and the ordinance to pay fine on the straw.