SC involved, hope government, farmers would have discussions soon: Union minister Kailash Choudhary
"We welcome the development, farmers too have welcomed it. Hope farmers would delve on it and a day would come where both government and farmers would sit and clear any doubts farmers have on the laws," Choudhary said. The minister said the three laws are in the interest of farmers and asked if farmer unions can say that they do not want provisions such as freedom to sell produce.
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