Farmer protest: Talks fail again, decided to meet on Jan 8 again.
Deadlock continues over farmers agitations in India

New Delhi Dec 04: The talks between Government and farmers have failed again over controversial laws drafted by PM led government.

Both the sides, however, were decided to meet again on January, 8 to have a discussion over a matter which has been a matter of concerned for the famers.

The farmers protest continues for the last 40 days in Delhi, national capital of India. The farmers are demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to repeal the controversial laws immediately.

It was also made clear by the farmers that they wouldn’t back to their respective homes till their demands are met.

The farmers representatives alleged that government was trying to tire out famers by putting off negotiations.

“The government might have thought to drag on talks to tire out farmers and leave. But we are firm on out demand, farmers want the repeal of laws without any further delay,’’ said, farmers representatives.

The meeting was started around 2pm with central ministers include Narendra Singh Tomar, Piyush Goyal, Som Prakash and the farmers representatives. Two minutes silence was observed as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in the course of agitation in last 40 days.

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