Senior Congress chief P Chidambaram has warned the Government of India of the wrath of farmers “who believe they are being deceived” even because it started talks with protest leaders in New Delhi. In a tweet posted right now, the previous Finance Minister quoted his favorite poet-saint, Tiruvalluvar, to burnish his view on the continuing stalemate over the three central agricultural legal guidelines which have sparked a furore throughout the nation.
“My favourite poet Saint Tiruvalluvar wrote 2000 years ago that ‘If farmers fold their hands, even a person who has renounced life cannot survive’,” Mr Chidambaram tweeted. “How true it is today. No government can face the wrath of farmers who believe they are being deceived.”
On Saturday, the senior politician had mentioned that the federal government should comply with hold the brand new farm legal guidelines in abeyance “pending its repeal” and that any new regulation should embrace the wants and needs of the farming group.
In the meantime, talks started between authorities representatives and leaders of the farmer protest motion within the nationwide capital right now – the seventh such spherical.
Two foremost points are nonetheless on board: repeal of the three agriculture legal guidelines and authorized standing to the minimal assist value assure. The farmers have warned of holding a tractor rally on Republic Day if their calls for aren’t met.
In the final spherical, the Centre had mentioned that the 2 sides had come to an understanding on two of the 4 calls for: withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill and the penal provisions for stubble burning within the Air Quality Commission Ordinance.