New Delhi: The meeting between the protesting farm leaders and the Union government remained inconclusive on Tuesday, with the next round of talks slated for tomorrow. The farmers — protesting against the three central farm laws — did not agree to the Centre’s suggestion of forming a committee to look into their demands, but agreed to continue the dialogue.

The farm bodies have also been asked to identify specific issues related to the three new farm laws and submit those by Wednesday for consideration and discussion in the next round of talks.

Due to agitation being conducted by farmers of Punjab, some trains run by Northern Railway have been cancelled/short terminated/short-originated/diverted.

The 09613 Ajmer-Amritsar express special train journey commencing on December 2 will remain cancelled. Consequently, the 09612 Amritsar - Ajmer special train commencing on December 3 will also remain cancelled.

The 05211 Dibrugarh- Amritsar express special train commencing on December 3 will remain cancelled. Consequently, the 05212 Amritsar - Dibrugarh special train commencing on December 3 will also remain cancelled.

The 04998/04997 Bhatinda - Varanasi- Bhatinda express special train will remain cancelled till further order.

The 02715 Nanded - Amritsar express commencing on December 2 will be short terminated at New Delhi. The 02925 Bandra Terminus - Amritsar express commencing on December 2 will be short terminated at Chandigarh.

The 04650/74 Amritsar - Jaynagar express commencing on December 2 will be diverted to run via Amritsar - Tarntaran - Beas.

The 08215 Durg - Jammu Tawi express commencing on December 2 will be diverted to run via Ludhiana Jallandhar Cantt- Pathankot Cantonment.

The 08216 Jammu Tawi - Durg express commencing on December 4 will be diverted to run via Pathankot Cantt - Jalandhar Cantt - Ludhiana.