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Shah leads ministers in grand outreach to farmers | India News


NEW DELHI: On a day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized opposition parties for their stance on three farm laws, a large number of Union ministers reached out to farmers and Interior Minister Amit Shah, He assured that agricultural reforms will not eliminate the minimum support. price (MSP).
The ministers joined people from different places to listen to the prime minister’s speech and have interactions with farmers.
“The opposition parties run out of trouble. They are spreading pure lies. Prime Minister Modi has clarified, our agriculture minister has repeatedly said and made it clear once again that the MSP will always remain, ”Shah stated while addressing a“ Kisan Chaupal ”in Mehrauli here.
Shah said that the three agricultural laws are in the interest of farmers and will not cause them any harm. “No mandis will be closed or an inch of land will be removed from the farmers. As long as Narendra Modi is the prime minister of this country, companies cannot take land away from farmers, ”he said.
The interior minister challenged the opposition parties to explain which part of the three laws says the mandis will be closed. “Please present the provision that says so … we are ready for discussion,” he said, adding that several farmer delegations had met with agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar to extend their support for the laws.
Shah said the government is willing to hold talks with farmers’ unions about any of the provisions they have apprehensions about. “For decades, farmers kept demanding that the EMP be increased, which Congress did not do and PM Modi did,” Shah said. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh was in Dwarka, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in Odisha, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal in Meerut, and Textiles Minister Smriti Irani in Amethi to hear the speech. of the prime minister.

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