The Political Edge
Agriculture Minister Tomar’s statement on the farmers’ movement said, “Gathering crowds does not change the law.”The gathering of farmers on the borders of Delhi against the Centre’s agricultural laws is on the rise. Meanwhile, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Sunday said that gathering crowds does not change the law. He said that the Kisan Union should state what was against the farmers in these laws and the government was ready to amend them.In this regard,Tomar said in Gwalior, “The Union government has sensitively held 12 rounds of talks with the farmers’ organizations, but the decision to hold talks is taken only when objections are raised. It’s not that the mob gathers and the law is broken. ”The Agriculture Minister said, “Farmers’ organizations should state what is against the farmers in these new laws. But gathering the crowd does not change the law. ” Tomar said that the farmers’ organizations should tell us what are the provisions against the farmers? The government is ready to understand this and is ready to make amendments.He said that even today the government was ready to make amendments on the issue of interest of farmers and this was stated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself.