New Delhi, Jan 02 (ANI): After so many rounds of talks between farmer unions and Central government over new farm laws, Union Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Kailash Chaudharyon January 2 said that he is confident that in next meeting a solution will be reached. He said, “I am confident that in the next round of talks with farmers,a solution will be reached and ongoing protest will come to an end. Three farm bills are in favour of farmers. They used to demand to get rid of middleman and sell their produce at rate of their choice. “Regarding contract farming,in the new bill,there can't be an investigation against farmer even if he is at fault. It also states there won't be any agreement regarding land of farmer.The bill is favourable for farmers and PM wants them to become 'atmanirbhar',” he added. Earlier, a consensus had reached out on two of four issues. Next meeting between farmer unions and government will be held on January 04.