Agriculture reforms brought new opportunities to farmers: PM Modi

The Prime Minister said that after much deliberation the Parliament of India has given a legal form to agricultural reforms.

PM MODI (pc: social media)

New Delhi: Regarding the ongoing farmers’ movement in many parts of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that, after much deliberation, the Parliament of India gave legal shape to agricultural reforms. These reforms have not only ended many bonds of farmers. Rather, they have got new rights as well as new opportunities.

PM Modi at Mann Ki Baat:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said this while speaking of the mind for the 71st time. Modi’s Mann Ki Baat was the 18th edition of 2.0. In this program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks on different issues and interacts with the people of the country.

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We are ready to help every farmer:

The Prime Minister said that after much deliberation the Parliament of India has given a legal form to agricultural reforms. These reforms have not only ended many bonds of farmers, but have also given them new rights and new opportunities.

Modi said that there is another big thing in the law, this provision has been made in the law that the SDM of the area will have to settle the complaint of the farmer within a month. Modi said, now that the power of such a law was with our farmer brother, his problem had to be resolved, he complained and his dues were paid within a few days.

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Modi said that I start today’s Mann Ki Baat with good news. Every Indian will be proud to know that a very old statue of Goddess Annapurna is coming back from Canada to India. This statue was stolen from a temple in Varanasi about 100 years ago and sent out of the country. For this I thank the Government of Canada and all those involved in this work.

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