Farmers protest: Prime Minister Narendra Modi says opposition farmers are misleading opposition, will solve their problems – Opposition farmers are misleading addresses, will solve their concerns: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Farmers’ Movement: Prime Minister Narendra Modi shines in opposition

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again tried to make the farmers understand about the farmers’ movement. In Kutch, Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) has targeted protesters during the Foundation Stone Building Ceremony on the agitation by farmers against the Agriculture Act. He said, “There is a conspiracy going on to confuse the farmers. They are afraid that after the new wholesale reforms, they will take over the lands of the farmers. Tell me, if the milk from the dairy comes to you, will he take your animal? The country is asking why small farmers should not be allowed to sell their crops.

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PM Modi said that agrarian reforms had been demanded for many years. Many farmers’ organizations also demanded in advance that they should have the option to sell grain anywhere. Today, those who are sitting in the Opposition and confusing the peasant conferences are also supporting these reforms in their time. He just kept giving wrong relief to the farmers. When the country has taken this step, they are now confusing the farmers.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “I again tell the farmers that the government is ready 24 hours to resolve their every doubt.” From day one, the interest of the farmers is the priority of our government.


PM Modi said, “Today is the death anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the great son of Gujarat and the country. His tallest statue in Kevadia inspires us to work together day and night for the country. Today, new energy is being transmitted in Kutch too. Think, our Kutch The right park.The bigger the country in Singapore and Bahrain, the more renewable the park in Kutch.

He said, “Once it was said that Kutch is very far away, there is no sign of development. There is no connectivity. This was another name for a kind of challenge. Today the situation is such that people recommend working in Kutch for some time.”