Protests Against Farm Laws are an Insult for Farmers: Narendra ModiSeptember 29, 2020 13:46
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Protests Against Farm Laws are an Insult for Farmers: Narendra Modi:- A bunch of Congress youth leaders lit fire to a tractor in Delhi in the name of protests against the new farm laws that are introduced by the Indian government led by BJP. All these three farm laws are passed in the Parliament and Congress leaders across the country staged protests. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a dig calling the attack an insult for farmers. "For years, the farmers were promised of implementing Minimum Support Price (MSP) but this never happened. This is done by BJP as per the report from the Swaminathan Commission" told Narendra Modi.
"These reforms will turn as a strength for youth, women and the farmers of the country. They can sell the products to anyone. All those who are protesting wants the middlemen to earn the profits and not the farmers. The opposition parties are just opposing the freedom of the farmers in the country. The new farm laws will provide MSP for their efforts and the products. They will also bring a lot of freedom for the farmers to sell their products in any part of the country. The opposition parties kept opposing Yoga in the country when everyone was celebrating International Yoga Day" told Narendra Modi.