'Whatever they want to add and subtract.': Agriculture minister Tomar says hopeful farmers' unions will discuss Centre's request
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India, Dec. 23 -- On a day when protests against the Centre's three agricultural laws entered day 28, Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Wednesday yet again expressed hope for a solution, reiterating that the government was ready for a discussion at a time and date as per "convenience" of the farmers' unions.
"Through various schemes, we will fill all gaps in agriculture sector, which will benefit farmers and ensure that they get the right price.Even during the Covid-19 pandemic, we saw that the work related to farming and agriculture wasn't affected," news agency ANI quoted Tomar as saying. "I would also like to thank banks, as they brought more than 1 crore farmers under Kisan Credit cover during the pandemic gave farme...
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