People Opposing The New Farm Bills Don’t Want Farmers To Have The Freedom Of Selling In Open Market: Prime Minister

New Farm Bills

On the event, he targeted the Congress Party for having made it a “behavior” to oppose the Central government reform measures, including the three agricultural laws enacted by Parliament throughout the Monsoon Session.

He asserted that the BJP government wouldn’t be deterred by the opposition and the reform measures would proceed. 

“Some individuals have made it a part of their political agenda to oppose the central government for the sake of opposition,” Modi mentioned in a blistering attack on the Congress party management without naming the party after launching the initiatives through video-conference.

Modi also mentioned “This stems from their becoming irrelevant,”, taking a jibe on the Congress management. “They are not looking for the welfare of any part of society, be it youth, women, poor, farmers, or defence forces.

Among the many achievements he listed One Rank One Pension, reservation for economically poor, GST, Jan Dhan Yojana, and Digital India campaigns, yoga being recognised by the United Nation, Balakot surgical strikes, Rafale jets deal and the building of the Ram Temple at Ayodhya.

Modi also questioned the Congress for asking for the proof of the surgical strike on a terrorist camp in Balakot.

Modi mentioned the Congress-led government did nothing to strengthen the Military and the Indian Air Force, regardless of the latter raising considerations periodically.  

He mentioned that there are various smaller parties that had not turned against the country although they have been never in power. In distinction, a celebration which had been in power for long, and a family whose 4 generations had been on the helm, are feeling the pinch of being out of power for just a few years, PM mentioned.

Referring to the new farm laws, he mentioned they’d free the farmers from middlemen and brokers as they offer them the liberty to sell their product in the open market. The MSP regime would also be simultaneously continuing, he mentioned. Those people who are opposing the laws did not want the farmer to sell his product in the open market, Modi mentioned.

Concerning the agitation towards the laws, he mentioned it was engineered by Congress party leaders.

PM also mentioned that the Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Yojana is in the interest of the nation, and would continue.

He mentioned the mission to clean the Ganga throughout earlier governments had loopholes.

Under the Jal Jeevan Mission, he introduced a mission to attach all schools and Anganwadi centers in the nation with piped water within 100 days. 

The 6 projects inaugurated by Modi are primarily new and upgraded sewage treatment crops (STPs) in Hardwar and Rishikesh, in addition to a museum on the Ganga at Chandi Ghat (Hardwar). 

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