Hopefully consensus on farmers’ demands will be reached in 1-2 days- Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala
Team Haryana First
New Delhi/Chandigarh:- Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala met with 3 senior Union ministers in Delhi on Saturday and appealed them to soon form a consensus on farmers demands. Dushyant Chautala met with Union Defence minister Rajnath Singh, Agriculture minister Narender Singh Tomar and Rail minister Piyush Goyal and appealed to all to end the deadlock at the earliest.
Regarding farmers protesting at Delhi borders, Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that he hopes for the ongoing impasse to end in the next 24 to 48 hours. He said both the sides are in favour of coming to an agreement and thats is why there have been many rounds of talks till date. He said that on some points both parties have agreed due to which one by one six rounds of talks have taken place. He said, in the 24 page proposal sent by the central government, written assurance is promised on the guarantee of MSP. He expressed hope that situation will soon return to normal on the Delhi-Haryana borders.
Dushyant Chautala reiterated that he is guaranteeing the MSP on the post of Deputy CM and if there is any threat to the MSP system, he will be the first to resign. He said that the Haryana Government is giving MSP on maximum number of crops in the country and even this year maximum number of farmers have been proffited by this.
Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala, in his meetings with Union ministers has advocated that these talks with farmers should be made priority and to achieve a positive result. In the protest going on since 2 weeks, this initiative will play a key role and both sides are now hopeful of a solution.