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Farmers gathered near Delhi are being misled under a conspiracy. After laying the foundation stone for some development projects in his home state of Gujarat, Modi said that his government was addressing the farmers’ concerns over the new agricultural laws. “Farmers gathered near Delhi are being misled as part of a conspiracy. Farmers are told that if new farm reforms are implemented, their land will be taken over by others.”
I want to ask you whether the dairy owner took your cattle because you are selling milk to them, “the Prime Minister said. Opposition parties, once in power, were in favor of these agricultural sector reforms, but did not. ‘ Don’t take any decision in the past. Now that the country has decided to adopt these reforms, these people are misleading lies and farmers. I would like to reiterate that my government is ready 24 hours to resolve all your doubts. is.
Amid the ongoing protest by farmers on Delhi borders against the Centre’s new agri laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet members of the farming community, including Sikh cultivators in Gujarat, during a visit to Kutch district today.
Modi will be at Dhordo in Kutch to lay the foundation stones for several projects coming up in different parts of the border district, an official statement said on Monday. These projects include the world’s largest hybrid renewable energy park, a desalination plant and a milk chilling plant. Before the main event, the PM, who will be on a day-long visit to his home state, will hold discussions with farmers of Kutch district at the venue.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today said that dialogue with farmers is the only way to end the deadlock as he urged them to understand the laws and not be misled. “Our government is dedicated to the farmers and is ready to accept the suggestions given by them. There will be no injustice to farmers in our government. There are some elements who try to mislead farmers by misusing this opposition.
Farmers should try and understand the three laws. He said, “If there is no dialogue, it can lead to controversy and quarrel. If there is a conversation, the issues are going to be resolved, the whole thing will be over, the farmers will get justice, they will get relief. We are working in the interest of farmers. Our government will explain, explain and find a way out through negotiations. “