Farmers Protest LIVE Updates: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today dialogue is the only way to end the stalemate with protesting farmers as he urged them to understand the laws and not be misled. “Our government is dedicated to farmers and is ready to accept the suggestions they make. There will be no injustice to the farmers in our government. There are some elements that seek to mislead farmers by abusing this protest. This is wrong. Farmers should try to understand the three laws, ”said Gadkari. He added: “If there is no dialogue, it can lead to misunderstandings, controversy and sparring. If there is dialogue, problems will be solved, the whole thing will end, farmers will get justice, they will get relief. We work in the interests of the farmers. Our government will convince farmers, explain and find a way through dialogue. “
Amid continued protest by farmers on the borders of Delhi against the centre’s new agricultural laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet members of the farming community, including Sikh cultivators in Gujarat, on a visit to Kutch district today. Modi will be in Dhordo, Kutch, laying the groundwork for several projects in different parts of the border district, an official statement said Monday. These projects include the world’s largest hybrid park for renewable energies, a desalination plant and a milk cooling system. Before the main event, the Prime Minister, who will be in his home state for a day, will hold on-site talks with farmers in the Kutch district.