PM Narendra Modi will address farmers in Madhya Pradesh tomorrow amid farmers protests at Delhi border continues

PM Modi to address MP's farmers tomorrow afternoon amidst agitation on Delhi border

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the farmers of Madhya Pradesh at 2 pm tomorrow.

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  • PM Modi will address MP farmers tomorrow amidst the farmers’ movement
  • PM’s speech will be broadcast live in 23 thousand gram panchayats of MP
  • CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan will be present in Raisen, minister-MLA in districts

new Delhi:

Walking on delhi border Farmers Protest in between Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) will address the farmers of Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh) at 2 pm tomorrow. This address will be through video conferencing. It will be broadcast live in about 23 thousand gram panchayats of the state. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan (Shivraj Singh Chouhan) will be present in Raisen for this. State government ministers and BJP MLAs will be present in the district headquarters.

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On this occasion, relief amount of Rs 1600 crore will be transferred to the accounts of about 35 lakh farmers of the state. The Kharif-2020 crop loss relief amount will also be distributed during this period. Kisan Credit Card (KCC) will also be distributed to about 2,000 animal and fisher farmers.

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This initiative of the government came a day after the Supreme Court’s comment in which the court asked the central government to solve the farmers’ problems without delay. The court also said that if the solution is not reached in time, the performance of the farmers can be national.

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Yesterday, the court had asked to constitute the committee to resolve the issue. On the Kundali border yesterday, Sikh Saint Ram Singh committed suicide due to farmers’ problems. Since then, political mercury has gone up. While hearing the case for the second day today, the court remarked that the right to protect anyone’s rights cannot be curtailed.

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