Jan 05: Tussle is on between the government and protesting farmers over controversial law drafted by the PM led regime.
The government has made it clear to farmers Unions that the law would not be revoked.
It was declared by the central government in the course of the 8th round of talks which took place on Friday at Vigyan Bhavan.
The farmers have been protesting in the National Capital seeking immediate withdrawal of controversial laws approved by the Parliament.
“The government is not in a mood to revoke the law and it was that the government can not and will not repeal the laws,’’ informed, a farmer leader who was present at the tasks.
The Union ministers including Narendra Tomar, Piyush Goyal, and Som Parkash are being presented on behalf of the Central Government.
Narendra Tomar, Farm Minister, said that three federal laws open up agricultural markets apply to the entire country.