PM Modi announces Withdraws three farm laws

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation today. At the beginning of his address, PM Modi wished the people of the country a happy Devdivali and Guru Nanak Jayanti. In his address, Prime Minister Modi said, "I have seen the challenges of farmers in detail. Efforts are being made by the government to address the challenges of small farmers. We have given priority to the interests of the farmers. Modi has announced the repeal of all the three agricultural laws. The PM has also apologized to all the countrymen.


Modi said in his address, "My dear countrymen, today is the holy festival of Devdivali. Today is also the holy festival of Guru Nanak Jayanti. I congratulate all the people of the world and all the countrymen. It is also a matter of great pleasure that the Kartarpur Sahib corridor reopened after a year and a half. Guru Nanak Devji has said that life is successful only by adopting the essence of service in the world. Our government is working to make life easier for our countrymen with the same spirit of service. No matter how many generations have wanted to see dreams come true, India is trying to make it come true.

All the three agricultural laws, against which the farmers were

protesting. On September 17, 2020, three new agricultural laws were approved by the Lok Sabha. The president signed all three legislation proposals on September 27. Since then the agitation against the agricultural law was started by the farmers associations. These three laws are as follows.

1. Farmer Production Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Bill 2020

2. Contract Bill 2020 on Farmers (Empowerment-Protection) Price Assurance and Agricultural Services

3. Essential Commodities (Research) Bill 2020

After 427 days and the death of 700 farmers, the government
seems to be reluctant.

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He said three laws were introduced to improve agriculture so that small farmers get more power. For years this demand has been made by the country's farmers and experts, economists. These laws were debated in Parliament when they were introduced. It was welcomed and supported by the farmers and organizations of the country. I am very grateful to everyone. Friends, our government is working for the welfare of farmers. For this reason, the law was brought with the noble intention of cooperating fully in the interest of the rural poor in the interest of the agricultural world of the country, but a section of farmers was opposing it. We tried to negotiate. The case also went to the Supreme Court. "We have decided to withdraw the agriculture law and appealed to the farmers to return to their homes, farms, return to their families and make a fresh start," said PM Modi. Tanks For source Divya bhaskar News.



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