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Third round of talks between farmers and government also inconclusive, now meeting will be held on Sunday – India TV Hindi

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Third round of talks between farmers and government inconclusive

Chandigarh: The third round of talks between farmers and the central government has also failed. Union Agriculture Minister Arjun Munda, Piyush Goyal and Nityanand Rai attended this meeting held in Chandigarh on behalf of the Central Government. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann also participated. The meeting continued till 1:30 in the night but no solution could be reached.

Consensus reached on some issues- Government

Addressing the media after the meeting, the government said that consensus has been reached on some issues. However, talks are still going on on some topics. Now the fourth round of talks will be held in Chandigarh on Sunday and we hope that after this the issue will be resolved. Along with this, it has been decided in this meeting that the farmers will not move beyond the Shambhu border till Sunday and ceasefire will remain in force from the Haryana Police and Paramilitary side.

There should be a result of the discussion – farmer leader

Farmer leader Sarwan Pandher said that a long discussion took place in this meeting today but we said that the result of the discussion should come out. The government said that we need some time, they will meet again after discussing this. Along with this, we also raised the issue of closure of our social media accounts and ban on internet in the meeting. He said that farmer Shambhu is sitting peacefully on the border but the security forces are provoking him by firing tear gas shells.

We did not come from Pakistan- Pandher

Sarwan Pandher said that we have not come from Pakistan. Borders have been made on both our sides. We will discuss with our colleagues what we discussed today. He said that the movement is continuously growing. We will also urge civil society to join us.

The Prime Minister’s talk has been misinterpreted – Dallewal

On the other hand, Jagjit Singh Dallewal said on Prime Minister Modi’s viral statement about the increase in the graph of Ram Mandir, that my statement does not mean the way it is being presented. I wanted to say that it is necessary to launch a movement to bring down the pride of this government and the Prime Minister and the atrocities being committed against us, but my statement was misinterpreted.

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