Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that farmers’ welfare was his government’s top priority and he was ready round the clock to address their concerns.
After laying the foundation stone of several development projects, the Prime Minister targeted the opposition during his speech and accused them of conspiring to confuse the farmers. Modi said that nowadays there is a big conspiracy going on around Delhi to confuse the farmers. They are afraid that after the agricultural reforms, the farmers will take over their lands. ”
He said that the recent agrarian reforms had been demanded for many years and the same farmers’ associations were also demanding that there should be an option to sell grain anywhere. He said, “Today, those who are sitting in opposition and confusing the farmers were also supporting these agrarian reforms during the tenure of their government. But they could not take a decision during their tenure. They continued to give false relief to the farmers.”
Modi said that today, when the country has taken this historic step, the opposition has started confusing the farmers. He said, “I speak to my farmers again and again. The government is ready 24 hours a day to address their grievances. From day one, the interests of the farmers have been the top priority of our government. Has worked tirelessly to.
There is a conspiracy going on in Delhi to confuse the farmers. He fears that after the new fears are rectified, the farmers’ land will be taken over by others. Tell me, if there is a contract to collect milk from you from the dairy, do they also take your animals ?: Kutch in Gujarat, PM pic.twitter.com/OiogOzi0GA
– ANI (एनANI) December 15, 2020
Noting the results of the recent elections, he said the government’s “sincere intentions and sincere efforts have blessed almost the entire country.” He expressed hope that “from the power of farmers’ blessings … those who are misleading, those who are bent on politics, those who are putting guns on the shoulders of farmers … all conscious farmers in the country will defeat them.”