Union Agriculture Ministry held talks with leaders of 29 farmer unions over new farm laws.
The meeting was attended by the Agriculture Secretary.
"Agriculture has been always the priority of the government.
After recent reforms, farmers of Punjab have raised their concerns.
For this, 29 farmer unions were called for meeting.
They gave us two memorandum on different issues related to it, government is committed for the benefit of farmers, for any further discussion also that goes, govt is open for the farmer organizations, " said Union Agriculture Secretary, Sanjay Agarwal.
However, the unsatisfied farmers are adamant on their demands which include revoking of the three farm laws.
"We weren't satisfied with discussions so we walked out and we want these black laws to be scrapped.
Secretary said he'll communicate our demands further," he added.
Another farmer union leader added, "We walked out as no minister came for meeting.
We want these laws to be taken back." Most farmers feel they would be left at the mercy of the corporates with the new farm laws.