"Budget and MSP has also increased". He pointed out that these and other measures underline the government's commitment towards its farmers.
The laws add to already existing resentment from farmers, who often complain of being ignored by the government in their push for better crop prices, additional loan waivers and irrigation systems to guarantee water during dry spells.
The protesting farmers have been adamant in their demand asking the Centre to rollback the three contentious farm laws.
Some farmer leaders present at the meeting put a finger on their lips and held a paper with the words "Yes or No" written on it. The issue is about unfair Farm Bill and we stand with farmers in peaceful solidarity.
"The government will discuss points that emerged at the meeting on Friday and hopes that talks will move towards finality when the next round of discussions are held on Saturday", the minister had said.
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The laws are The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020; and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.
Dujarric was responding to a question on the farmers' protest in India. 500 Farmers organizations and close to 2 Lakh farmers were estimated to take part in the protest initially. majority of them are from Punjab and Haryana. They threatened to intensify their agitation if the government does not accept their demands.
Tens of thousands of farmers have camped out at the entrance to Delhi for the tenth consecutive day to reverse the agricultural legislation's. A group of almost three dozen farmer leaders will participate in the meeting. Addressing a press conference later, one of the leaders Gurnam Singh Chadoni said if the Centre on Saturday does not accept their demand of repealing the three farm laws, they will intensify their agitation. However, In the last few days the number has gone up as more and more farmers from other states including UP have joined in.
The previous discussion between the farmers and the Centre on Tuesday and Thursday had also ended in a stalemate.
The farmer union representatives in earlier talks had rejected the government's argument that the three farm laws were in the interest of farmers, saying the laws will only benefit big business and corporate houses.