The ongoing protest of farmers against the New farmer bill 2020 has raised many questions on the intention of the present government. Many peoples from the different corners of the country are coming up in support of the farmers saying the new bill has less good for farmers.
But, PM Narendra Modi has a different opinion and today he expressed his views in front of the whole nation from Varanasi. Here are the full details:
PM Narendra Modi Addresses Farmers On His Visit To Varanasi
Monday afternoon PM Modi arrived in Varanasi for the inauguration of the Handia-Rajatalab which is a part of National Highway 19. But he also took this opportunity to address the nation and clear everyone’s doubts regarding the agricultural reforms.
He said, “I am confident, farmers who have some doubts on agricultural reforms today, will also take advantage of these agricultural reforms in the future and increase their income”.
जिन किसान परिवारों की अभी भी कुछ चिंताएं हैं, कुछ सवाल हैं, तो उनका जवाब भी सरकार निरंतर दे रही है।
मुझे विश्वास है, आज जिन किसानों को कृषि सुधारों पर कुछ शंकाएं हैं, वो भी भविष्य में इन कृषि सुधारों का लाभ उठाकर, अपनी आय बढ़ाएंगे: PM
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He also said, farmers are opposing the new farm laws on the basis of rumors and worried about consequences that will never happen in the future. He also clarified that the new reforms have legal protection for the farmers and have opened up new ways for the farmers.
On the opening of Handia-Rajatalab which is a 73 km wide section on the NH-19, PM Modi says, this is a new gift for the people of Kashi. He further added that this new infrastructure will benefit the people of Prayagraj and Varanasi.
PM Modi will also review the Kashi Vishwanath Temple Corridor Project. He will also visit the Sarnath Archaeological Site as well. Furthermore, he will attend the celebration of Dev Deepawali on the Raj Ghat of Varanasi.
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Different Angle To Farmer’s Protest
Meanwhile, farmers’ protest is taking a different turn, and users on Twitter are sharing the facts and myth on Farmer’s bill. There are also rumors that the opposition is running their own propaganda.
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— Nandini Idnani (@idnani_nandini) November 30, 2020