New Delhi Has the attitude towards agricultural laws changed? Does he really want that to end? The voices of Pawar and the government sound alike. NCP chief Sharad Pawar has expressed his desire that the Center should hold talks with the farmers protesting against the three agriculture laws. He has emphasized the need to lead in this. He is in favor of ending this impasse. At the same time, Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar welcomed Sharad Pawar’s stand. At the same time, he has also said that he is happy with Pawar’s view that he has not told the need to change the laws. Former Agriculture Minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that farmers have been agitating for the last several months. There is a standoff between the Center and the farmers. So, they are still sitting there. The Center should talk to them. It should lead. At the same time, Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said that he welcomes the stand of former Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar where he said that there is no need to change the laws. He said, ‘The points on which there are objections should be changed after deliberation. I welcome his stand. The Center agrees with his point. We want the matter to be resolved at the earliest. Farmers’ agitation against agricultural laws continues. The government has said that it will not withdraw the agricultural laws. However, it has said that wherever farmers have objections to the law, it is ready to remove them. At the same time, farmers are adamant that all three agricultural laws should be withdrawn. Recently, there was a fierce clash between the farmers and BJP workers who were protesting against the agricultural laws.
[Attribution to NBT]