The 10th round of talks between protesting farmers and central government over new agricultural laws,which was to be held on 19 January, Tuesday has been postponed.
Now the next round of talks between the farmers and the central government will be held on January 20.
Since, one and a half months, thousands of farmers have been protesting against the agricultural laws on the borders of Delhi.
So far, the government has held several rounds of talks with the farmers organizations to solve the problem, but all the meetings were inconclusive.
The ninth round of talks between the farmers organizations and the central government on agricultural laws was held on 15 January.
However, like all previous talks, the ninth meeting was also inconclusive and the farmer leaders were adamant on repealing the agricultural laws.
In the meantime, the government continuously proposed to amend the laws to the farmers but The farmers refused to accept any government proposal.
The enthusiasm of the farmers has increased after getting huge support from all over the world.
Demonstration of farmers continues even in the scorching cold.
Meanwhile, before the next round of talks with the representatives of the government, Rakesh Tikait, national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said, “We will talk to the government but we do not expect anything to be resolved.
On January 26, we will take out a tractor rally on Outer Ring Road in Delhi, we will not go where the parade of the government is.
The real reasons for postponement of Tuesday’s meeting have not been known.
According to media reports, the government’s separate meeting with farmers organizations will be held after 2 pm on Wednesday.