- PM Modi mentioned farmer movement during Gujarat tour
- PM Modi gave confidence to farmers, targeting opposition
- Efforts are being made to scare the farmers – PM Modi
Farmers have been agitating for the last fortnight in protest against the new agricultural regulations. The farmers demand that the government withdraw all three new laws. At the same time, the government is also adamant on not withdrawing the law. There have been several rounds of talks between the government and the farmer leaders, but no conclusion has yet been reached. Meanwhile, PM Modi has also tried to win the trust of farmers.
Mention of farmer movement
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kutch, Gujarat on Tuesday and here he laid the foundation stone of the world’s largest renewable energy park. During the program, PM Modi also mentioned the peasant movement. With this, PM Modi said that if a dairyman buys milk, then someone steals a buffalo? In this way, PM Modi tried to convince the agitating farmers from Gujarat itself.
PM Modi targeted the target
On Tuesday, when PM visited Gujarat, during an address here, the PM said that efforts are being made to scare the farmers. Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that the welfare of farmers has been one of the top priorities of his government. He said that the government is ready round the clock to address the doubts of the farmers. After laying the foundation stone of several development projects in Kutch, Gujarat, the Prime Minister in his address also targeted the opposition parties and accused them of plotting to confuse the farmers.
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PM Modi gave example of buffalo
PM Modi said that there is a conspiracy going on around Delhi these days to scare farmers. Modi said, ‘If someone contracts to take milk from you, then he goes away with buffalo? The kind of freedom we are giving to cattlemen, the same freedom we are giving to farmers. Farmers organizations had demanded this for many years, the opposition is misleading the farmers today, but used to say similar things during the time of their government.