Centre prepares to hold early talks with opposing farmers

[h3] [/h3] [h3] [/h3] New Delhi: The Centre plans to hold early dialogue with objecting farmers, with Union home minister Amit Sha[h3] [/h3]olding a second round of discussion with farming minister NS Tomar and other BJP leaders on the issue on Monday. On Sunday, farmers had required a genuine meeting with the federal government in connection with the three farming laws passed by the Centre. An official statement for the conversation is yet to be made, sources added.After his return from Hyderabad, Shah held a series of discussions, initially with defence minister Rajnath Singh, farming minister NS Tomar and BJP president JP Nadda at the latter’s residence late Sunday night. On Monday, Shah held another round of deliberations, following which it was decided to convey the government’s determination for early talks.The development comes a day after farmers declined the Centre’s offer for talks if they shifted to northeast Delhi’s Burari ground and ended their protest. In the previous five days, the farmers along with the Centre have actually been holding a series of meetings to decide the future strategy. But farmers have not step forward for talks on the concern so far.The fourth round of talks between farmers groups and a high-level ministerial panel was scheduled to be hung on December 3. After Shah’s guarantees, it is learnt that some farmers’groups were in touch with senior BJP politicians and have revealed their willingness to hold a discussion if the central government is ready for unconditional talks.The federal government may reveal establishing an inter-ministerial committee to deal with the complaints of farmers after another round of discussions. An information and education programme is anticipated to be rolled out to allay worry amongst them, authorities added.Meanwhile, security along the Delhi borders have been intensified as officials approximate that the variety of opposing farmers is most likely to swell. Around 12 companies of paramilitary forces in addition to the regional police are posted at the 5 borders adjacent Delhi-NCR.

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