Government ready to stop implementation of agricultural laws for one and half year

The Union Government has taken a step further to break the deadlock with farmers sitting in the siege of Delhi for nearly two months against agricultural laws. The government has proposed to the farmers' organizations that they will stop the implementation of agrarian reform laws for a year and a half and in the meantime, a joint special committee will discuss every demand.

It is believed that some farmers are trying to create more pressure, but most organizations have decided to stop the movement. It has been decided to hold another round of farmers' organizations with the government at Vigyan Bhawan on Friday between farmers' organizations and the government on Wednesday.

The deadlock seems to be breaking in the 10th round of talks. In the meeting which lasted for nearly four hours, after the repeated Tea-break, it was believed that some decision will come out. Union Agriculture Minister about the proposal put forward by the government in the talks.

Narendra Tomar said that the government is ready to postpone the implementation of the three new laws for a year and a half. Tomar told the peasant representatives that there was time to consider reform laws and various aspects of the movement.