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‘A govt can never dare to make laws that will harm farmers’: Tomar

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‘A govt can never dare to make laws that will harm farmers’: Tomar

‘A govt can never dare to make laws that will harm farmers’: Tomar

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on February 25 said the Centre can never dare to make laws that will harm farmers.

“In a democracy, a government can never dare to make laws that will harm farmers," said Narendra Singh Tomar at Pusa Krishi Vigyan Mela 2021 in Delhi.

Earlier on Feb 25, Tomar reiterated that the central government is ready to talk to protesting farmers at any time.

This comes as farmer leader Rakesh Tikait announced plans of marching to the Parliament with 40 lakh tractors.

Farmers have been protesting at Delhi borders against the new farm laws demanding that they be repealed.

Discussion between farmer unions and the Centre were inconclusive.

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