Farmers are ready for negotiation, but without compromising in demands, says Rakesh Tikait

The BKU leader responded after Haryana Home minister urged union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar  to negotiate with farmers in order to control spread of corona virus.

The farmers protesting against new farm laws are ready to talk if they are invited by centre, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said on Sunday, he also said the demands remains unchanged.

He said for the talk, Samyuktha kisan Morcha (SKM) should be invited by the government, which is representing the protestors who are camping at the three boarders of Delhi since November 2020.

Rakesh Tikait, while speaking to media delivered a statement which States “The talks with the government will be resumed in the same sense that had ended on January 22. The demands are also remains same, three ‘black’ farm laws has to be repealed, a new law made to assure MSP(minimum support price) for crops”.

By Shanmugam

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