Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, December 1
In a significant development, JJP leader Digvijay Chautala on Tuesday said that senior leaders of his party were waiting for the outcome of the meeting of farmers’ organisations with the government.
He said the party will discuss its future course of action after the meeting.
Earlier, JJP’s national president Ajay Chautala had said that the Centre shouldn’t have any problem in giving written assurance to protesting farmers on minimum support price (MSP).
Ajay Chautala had said in the afternoon that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union agriculture minister were repeatedly assuring that MSP will continue, what is the harm in addition that line in the laws.
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