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After the seventh round of talks, farmer leaders said the government said it needs to consult internally and thereafter it would come back to the unions.
The seventh round of talks between Union Ministers and protesting farm unions on Monday failed to resolve the deadlock over three new agricultural reform laws. Both sides stuck to their own positions and accused the other of stubbornness, with the Centre seeking to discuss specific concerns on the laws and the farmers demanding total repeal. The next meeting will be held on January 8.
Tens of thousands of farmers have now completed 40 days of agitation on the borders of Delhi, braving bitter cold and pouring rain over the last few days.
“There will be no ghar vapasi (return home) until the laws are repealed,” Rakesh Tikait, leader of one factions of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, vowed after the meeting with Union ministers.