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Govt seeks five names from farmer unions for a proposed committee, SKM wants clarity on its mandate before sending response

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 30 November 2021
A day after repeal of the three farm laws in Parliament, the government on Tuesday informally reached out to protesting farmer unions seeking five names of their representatives for a proposed committee, which is to be constituted to deliberate on different issues, including minimum support price (MSP).
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