Centre asks unions to pick date for talks as Modi visits Delhi gurdwara

Centre asks unions to pick date for talks as Modi visits Delhi gurdwara

The Centre on Sunday wrote to the complaining farm unions, tantalising them for ensuing spherical of talks and asking them to settle on a date. in an exceedingly letter to the union leaders, Agriculture Ministry Joint Secretary Vivek Aggarwal wrote, “I request those antecedently invited complaining union leaders to supply details of their remaining issues and doubts and counsel a date as per convenience for ensuing spherical of talks.”
The earlier 5 rounds of formal talks between the govt and forty farmers’ unions did not break the impasse, with the farmers insistence that the Centre’s recent farm laws be repealed.
The government intends to convene ensuing meeting at Vigyan Bhawan here “for partitioning the problem in order that the continued protests finish at the earliest,” Aggarwal same.
Even as the complaining farmers paid court to those dead throughout the stir, PM Narendra Modi on Sunday paid a surprise visit to Gurdwara Rakab Ganj European and paid tributes to Guru lamb Bahadur for his supreme sacrifice. The Ninth Sikh Guru’s death day of remembrance was discovered on Sat.
The PM tweeted when his visit, “This morning, I prayed at the historic Gurdwara Rakab Ganj European, wherever the pious body of Sri Guru lamb Bahadur terrorist group was cremated. I felt very blessed. I, like millions round the world, am deeply galvanized by the kindnesses of Sri Guru lamb Bahadur terrorist group (sic).” He conjointly tweeted in Punjabi. The PM’s visit amid the stir by farmers, particularly from Punjab, is critical.
Meanwhile, the unions proclaimed to look at a daylong relay quick on weekday in the least protest sites and to halt toll assortment on highways in Haryana from Gregorian calendar month twenty five to twenty seven. Swaraj Republic of India chief Yogendra Yadav, addressing the media at the Delhi-Haryana Singhu border, said: “Protesters square measure being vulnerable by the Haryana Government. this can be against the direction of the Supreme Court. I urge them to not do thus.” Senior BKU member Rakesh Tikait proclaimed that Gregorian calendar month twenty three would be celebrated as Kisan Diwas in memory of Chaudhary Charan Singh. “We request the folks to not cook lunch for a day”.
The complaining farmers paid tributes to the farmers UN agency died throughout the agitation and lit candles in their memory when the AIKSCC wrote to numerous traders’ associations for his or her support.
Centre seeking information on funds, claims BKU
Chandigarh: Bharti Kisan Union (Ekta Ugrahan) on Sunday same it had been asked by a central agency to submit registration details which permit it to receive foreign funds. “The Centre is victimization each manoeuvre to defeat our agitation,” union president Joginder Ugrahan claimed. The FCRA stipulates obligatory registration for organisations receiving foreign funds


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