New Delhi: The public authority is prepared to put the three dubious farm laws on freeze for one-and-half years and will pass on it to the Supreme Court in an oath, ranchers who went to the tenth round of dealings with the public authority tonight told NDTV. The farmers associations, which are waiting for repeal for the three homestead laws, said they would think about the proposition.
“The public authority put another proposition before us in the 10th round gathering – it is prepared to set up a unique board which will consider every one of our requests alongside the three new laws,” said Balkishan Singh Brar of the All India Kisan Sabha. “The public authority additionally recommended that until the council finishes the survey, each of the three new laws will be required to be postponed for one-and-a-half-year,” he added.
“We have not acknowledged this proposition of the public authority in the present gathering. We actually remain on our interest that the three new laws be revoked,” said.
The Supreme Court, in a meeting a week ago, requested a stop on farm laws that is relied upon to keep going for a very long time while an extraordinary board examines the issue with all sides. Teb farmers, in any case, had not acknowledged the board, saying each of the four of its individuals are supportive of government.
The following gathering between the public authority and farmers challenging the homestead laws for almost two months will be hung on January 22.