Farmer leaders insist that legal guidelines have to be repealed or agitation is not going to be stopped.
Farmer leaders at present assembly with Central Ministers on the Vigyan Bhavan declined the government’s supply of lunch and tea, preferring to usher in their very own meals from a close-by gurdwara.
“The government said they would not repeal the three laws, and there is much anger about that, and a lot of heated arguments going on in the meeting room. In that situation, how can they eat the government’s food during the lunch break?” mentioned one farmer chief on the Singhu border, whose colleagues are contained in the Vigyan Bhavan. “So they brought lunch for themselves from a gurdwara langar instead, just regular chapati and dal. A few minutes ago, during the tea break, chai was also taken in from outside,” he added.
Reports inside the assembly say that the government could also be keen to offer a written assertion that the minimal assist worth (MSP) will proceed, because it has declared in Parliament. However, farmer leaders are insisting that the three legal guidelines have to be repealed, or the agitation is not going to be stopped.
The talks started at midday, and there’s no signal of ending the impasse but.