Amid protests, PM Modi says new farm laws mitigating farmers’ problems


Amidst the protests by a section of farmers against the new agricultural laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that these agricultural reforms have not only freed the farmers from various huts, but also wished them new rights and opportunities. Have given

Addressing his monthly Mann Ki Baat radio program, Modi said that the recent agrarian reforms have started reducing the farmers’ woes in a very short time as he has given the example of Maharashtra farmer who has obtained funds The provisions of the new laws were used by a businessman.

“Since ages, these farmers’ demands that were promised to them at one time or to all other political parties have now been met. After intense deliberations, Parliament recently passed the Farm Reform Act,” They said.

“These reforms have not only freed the farmers from various huts, but have also given them new rights and opportunities. In such a short time, these rights have started reducing the problems of the farmers,” he said.

His remarks come at a time when thousands of farmers, mostly from Punjab, have dug into their heels at points along the Delhi border and gathered at Bari Maidan in the city, stating their opposition to the new farm laws They are united in the resolution.

In his radio broadcast, Modi touched on many other topics, from the statue of Goddess Annapurna stolen from Varanasi in 1913 when he was brought back from Canada to India, to emphasize that educational institutions were given the strength and talent of their alumni Must be harmed.

Remembering Guru Nanak Dev, whose birth anniversary is on Monday, Modi praised his noble ideals and said that he considered himself fortunate to be involved in various works related to Sikh Gurus and Gurdwaras.

He also described the inauguration of Kartarpur Sahib Corridor in November last year as historic.

In his remarks, Modi also talked about a gurdwara in Kutch, which is considered very sacred and special.

In broadcasting, he wrote an Indian ornithologist and naturalist Dr. Remembered the work of Salim Ali.

Modi said, “There are many clubs and societies that are fond of bird watching. I hope you all will find out more about them.”

He said that India’s culture is gaining popularity all over the world.

Modi said, “One such effort has been done by Jonas Massetti, who is based in Brazil and popularizes GDA among people along with Vedanta. He effectively uses technology to popularize our culture and ethos.” Uses. “

The Prime Minister also praised Gaurav Sharma, MP from Hamilton West, New Zealand for taking his oath of office in Sanskrit.

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