Ahead of Shah-Amarinder meeting, govt contemplating new offer to farmers?

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, December 3

Ahead of Home Minister Amit Shah’s meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh, speculation is rife that the government is contemplating a new offer to farmers.

It may include holding back the three Acts for a couple of months during which a committee, in which CMs and farmer representatives may be included, will hold talks.

In the meeting ahead of farmers’ dialogue with Union ministers, Singh and Shah are expected to hold deliberations to work out an amicable solution to the problem.

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