PM Modi shares Govt's stand on Farm Laws, Shares video on Social Media
The Prime Minister has said that my two cabinet colleagues, Narendra Singh Tomar ji and Piyush Goyal ji have talked in detail about the new agricultural laws.
New Delhi: There is a tussle between the central government and farmers regarding the agricultural law. There is a constant demand from the farmers that the Agricultural Law be withdrawn. However, the government has clearly stated that agriculture will not withdraw the law.
The government is talking to farmers and is insisting on making amendments. For this, the government has sent a proposal to the farmers.
PM Modi's appeal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a special appeal to the agitating farmers. He tweeted on Friday: Kisan agitation: deadlock in farmers and government continues, PM Modi appeals
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The Prime Minister has said that my two cabinet colleagues, Narendra Singh Tomar ji and Piyush Goyal ji have talked in detail about the new agricultural laws and the demands of the farmers. Do listen to this-
PM Modi also gave the message on Thursday while laying the foundation stone of the new Parliament House. He talked about the learning of Guru Nanak Dev. The Prime Minister had said that dialogue should go on and discussions should continue.
Agriculture Minister said these big things
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal held a press conference on Thursday after the farmers rejected the written proposal. The Agriculture Minister once again appealed to the farmers to consider the proposal. He said that the government is not keeping any ego, we are talking with an open mind.
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The Agriculture Minister said in the press conference that all the three agricultural laws are for increasing the income of farmers. Payment arranged in due time. Care has also been taken to secure the land of the farmers. With this, he lured the farmers that the MSP would continue, the APMC would be stronger.
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