Tuesday , June 18 2024

Fourth round of meeting going on between farmers and Union Ministers

There is tension at the Shambhu border of Ambala regarding the farmers' march to Delhi, while efforts are being made to resolve the matter by talking to the farmer leaders. Although three rounds of meetings have taken place so far, the matter has not been resolved yet. Now in such a situation the fourth round of meeting is taking place. It is hoped that in this meeting a consensus can be reached between both the parties and the matter can be resolved. A 14-member delegation of farmer leaders is also included in today's meeting. Along with Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, three Union Ministers Piyush Goyal, Arjun Munda, Nityanand Rai are also present in this meeting.

CM Bhagwant Mann was also present in the meeting

The fourth round of talks is going on between farmer leaders and Union ministers regarding the ongoing protest in Chandigarh. A video of the Punjab CMO meeting has been shared, in which CM Bhagwant Mann is also present. A meeting is going on in Chandigarh between farmers and Union Ministers regarding legal guarantee of Minimum Support Price (MSP) and many other demands. During this time, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Chief Secretary Anurag Verma and Director General of Police Gaurav Yadav are also present there. Jagjit Singh Dallewal and Sarwan Singh Pandher and other prominent farmer leaders are present in the meeting on behalf of the farmers.

Bhagwant Mann had reached Chandigarh to attend the meeting of farmers and Union ministers.

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has also reached Chandigarh for the fourth round of talks between farmer leaders and Union ministers. There was no result in the last three meetings.

Meeting of farmers and Union ministers begins

Union Ministers on Sunday once again started talks with the agitating farmers of Punjab. On behalf of the Central Government, Union Ministers Piyush Goyal, Arjun Munda and Nityanand Rai are involved in the talks. These three Union Ministers left for Chandigarh from Delhi Airport on Sunday to meet the farmer leaders. The fourth round of talks between farmers and the government is taking place on Sunday, February 18. The agitating farmers of Punjab are protesting regarding MSP and other demands.

Union Minister reached Chandigarh to meet farmers

Union ministers Piyush Goyal, Arjun Munda and Nityanand Rai reached a hotel in Chandigarh to hold the fourth round of meetings with farmer leaders. Earlier, the farmer leader said that the government should find a solution to our demands before implementing the election code of conduct.

Harish Rawat said on farmers movement, 'Government should find solution'

On the farmers' protest, Congress leader Harish Rawat said, “Last time farmers were assured of MSP, now they are worried because elections are coming and no guarantee has been given. “Farmers are burdened with debt.” Prices continue to rise. The government should find a solution to this.”

Union Minister leaves for Chandigarh for the fourth round of meeting with farmers

Union ministers Piyush Goyal, Arjun Munda and Nityanand Rai left for Chandigarh from Delhi airport for the fourth round of meeting with farmer leaders.

Internet will remain closed in these districts of Punjab till 24th February

On the orders of the Union Home Ministry, the ban on internet services in many districts of Punjab including Patiala, Sangrur and Fatehgarh Sahib has been extended till February 24. Earlier, in view of the farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' march, internet services were suspended in these districts of Punjab from February 12 to February 16.

FCI – Important step towards capacity building of the Ministry

The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution on Saturday said the increase of more than two times in the authorized capital is an important step towards enhancing the operational capabilities of FCI to effectively meet the To meet the gap in fund requirement, FCI resorts to cash loans, short-term loans, ways and means advances. Increase in authorized capital will reduce interest burden, reduce economic costs and ultimately reduce government subsidies. With this infusion of capital, FCI will also work on modernizing its storage facilities, improving transportation networks and adopting advanced technologies.