Union Minister for Agriculture Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Railways, Commerce and Industry and Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Piyush Goyal and Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash participated in the 8th round of talks with the representatives of 41 Farmers\u2019 Unions at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on Friday. Once again they appealed to the Farmers\u2019 Unions for point-wise discussion of suggested amendments to the Farm Laws. Tomar said that the Farm Laws have been made keeping in mind the benefits of farmers throughout the country. The government is concerned about farmers and wants the agitation to end but due to no solutions, forthcoming issues could not be resolved. The Agriculture Minister said that the Farmers\u2019 Unions have kept the agitation disciplined, this is praiseworthy. He said that the government is willing to continue discussions with an open mind, if the talks proceed, the possible solutions can be found in a logical way. The Farmers\u2019 Unions have asked for a repeal of the laws, the government again suggested amendments. In spite of lengthy discussions no solution emerged, therefore it was decided that the next round of talks will take place on 15th\u00a0January 2021.