New Delhi: Home Minister Amit Shah told the farmers protesting against the agricultural laws that the central government is ready to consider every problem and demand of the farmers. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has called to discuss on 3 December. Amit Shah said, ‘I appeal to the protesting farmers that the Indian government is ready to negotiate. The Agriculture Minister has invited him to discuss on 3 December. The government is ready to consider every problem and demand of farmers.
He further said that proper arrangement has been made in the premises with medical facilities, basic amenities including toilets, ambulances and water supply.
Mr Shah said that it will be convenient for the farmers and also the public if they shift the protest to the designated area, as people will be able to move freely on roads.
He also said that if farmers unions want the government to talk to them before the given date that is December 3, then they should move to the designated place, and the government will meet them before the given date.
He repeated appealing that if the farmers shift to the designated place it would be safer, easier and convenient for everyone including farmers and the public.