New Delhi/ Bagalkot: The Union Home Minister Amit Shah while inaugurating an agricultural project in Bagalkot, Karnataka has said that the three agricultural laws of the Centre will be ensuring that income of the farmers goes up manifolds.
While the Committee is going to meet next Tuesday, the government will be holding the tenth meeting with the farmers. Notably the SC issued a stay on three of the laws on the 11th. The Supreme Court formed a committee of four agricultural experts to find a solution to the peasant movement against the three laws. Bhupendra Singh Mann, president of Indian Farmers’ Union has already resigned from the committee last week over questions of bias.
The current members of the committee are Anil Ghanwat, Ashok Gulati and Promod Kumar Joshi. The three members of the committee will hold their first round of discussions at the Pusa campus in Delhi on Tuesday.
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said, “Hopefully, the provisions of the three agricultural laws will be discussed in the tenth meeting. The government has agreed to remove the protesters’ doubts about the mandi, registration of traders and other issues at the meeting.”