Farmer’s protest new update ; Agriculture laws were not brought overnight, every government in 20-22 years has discussed it extensively: Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again addressed the farmers laws while addressing farmers at a farmers’ conference in Madhya Pradesh.
The PM said that these agricultural laws that have been brought, were not brought overnight, every government has discussed it extensively in the last 20-22 years.
The PM said that for the past several days, new laws made for farmers in the country are discussed a lot. These agricultural reform laws did not come overnight. For the last 20-22 years, every government has discussed it extensively. At least all organizations have discussed these.
Farmer’s protest new update
The PM said that the farmers of the country, farmers’ organizations, agricultural experts, agricultural economists, agricultural scientists, progressive farmers of our country have also been continuously demanding improvement in the agricultural sector. In fact, the farmers of the country should ask for answers from those who first wrote about these reforms in their manifestos, kept collecting the votes of the farmers, but did nothing, only avoiding these demands.
He attacked the opposition parties supporting this movement and said that ‘If today the old manifestos of all the political parties of the country are seen, their old statements should be heard, first the letters of those who were handling the agricultural system of the country should be seen, then The agricultural reforms that have taken place today are no different from those, while our government, dedicated to farmers, considers farmers as farmers.
We took out the report of the Swaminathan Committee thrown in a pile of files and implemented its recommendations, giving MSP of one and a half times the cost to the farmers.
“If anyone has any concerns, then with our heads bowed, our hands folded, with humility, we are willing to allay their fears,” PM Modi said, addressing farmers in Madhya Pradesh via video. He also said talk about MSP or Minimum Support Prices ending with the new laws “is the biggest lie ever”.