‘Don’t think Anna Hazare will join farmers’ stir, haven’t done anything against them’: Nitin Gadkari
Union minister Nitin Gadkari said on Monday that the government has not done anything against the farmers by bringing the three farm laws. He also said that the government is ready to accept all good suggestions from farmers about the three laws.
Gadkari said he doesn’t think social activist Anna Hazare will join the farmers’ agitation.
“I don’t think Anna Hazare ji will join. We have not done anything against the farmers. It is the right of farmers to sell their produce in mandi, to traders or anywhere else,” Gadkari told news agency ANI.
He also said that dialogue is the only way to find a solution to protest by farmer unions and a break in talks can lead to miscommunication.
“If there is no dialogue, it can lead to miscommunication, to controversy and sparring. If there is a dialogue then issues will be resolved, the whole thing will end, farmers will get justice, they will get relief. We are working in the interest of farmers,” Gadkari said.