Farmers Protest: PM Narendra Modi says, opposition misleading farmers, will address their concerns – Opposition is misleading farmers, will address their concerns: PM Narendra Modi

Farmer movement: PM Narendra Modi shines on opposition

new Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again tried to convince the farmers about the farmer movement. In Kutch, Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) has targeted the opposition on the agitation against the agricultural laws by farmers during the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony. He said, “A conspiracy is going on to confuse the farmers. They are being scared that after new agricultural reforms, they will take over the land of farmers. You tell me, if a dairyman contracts to take milk from you, does he take your animal? The country is asking why small farmers who produce grains and pulses should not get freedom to sell crops.

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PM Modi said, “Demand for agricultural reforms was being demanded for years. Many farmer organizations also demanded in advance that the option of selling grain anywhere. Today those who are confusing the farmers by sitting in the opposition, have also been supporting these reforms in their time. He just kept giving false comfort to the farmers. When the country has taken this step, they are now confusing the farmers.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “I am again telling the farmer brothers and sisters that the government is ready for 24 hours to solve their every doubt.” The interest of farmers has been the priority of our government since day one.

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PM Modi said, “Today is also the death anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the great son of Gujarat and the country. His tallest statue in Kevadia inspires us to work unitedly day and night for the country. Today, new energy is also being transmitted in Kutch. Think, the world’s largest high-renewable renewable park in our Kutch. The bigger the country is in Singapore and Bahrain, the higher is the renewable renewable park in Kutch.

He said, “At one time it was said that Kutch is so far away, there is no sign of development. No connectivity. This was another name for a type of challenge. Today the situation is such that people recommend for some time to work in Kutch. ”

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