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Time for the Opposition to pull back on farm laws

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farmers' protest | farmers | Opposition parties

Business Standard Editorial Comment  |  New Delhi 



Yet another round of talks between the Union government and protesting remained inconclusive last week. Both sides will again meet on January 15. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court will hear on Monday the petitions challenging the new farm laws. On its part, the government has shown the willingness to address all issues and discuss the new agriculture laws, clause by clause. However, the protesting do not want any such discussion and are demanding a complete withdrawal of the new laws — something that the government cannot and should not accept.

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First Published: Mon, January 11 2021. 01:25 IST

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