PM Modi Address to Farmers, PM Kisan Scheme News Updates: Prime Minister Modi today targeted the Opposition parties including TMC for spreading "lies" against the Farm Acts.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the farmers from six states.
PM Narendra Modi Addresses Farmers News Update: Prime Minister Modi today slammed the Opposition for “misleading” the farmers against three farm laws. Hitting out at Mamata Banerjee and Left, he said the parties which do not speak in the interest of farmers in West Bengal, they come here in Delhi and talk about the farmers. The Prime MInister also said that these parties are missing a lot of APMC-mandis nowadays. “But these parties repeatedly forget that there is no APMC-mandis in Kerala,” he said.
Today, MoS Finance Anurag Thakur said that Centre was ready for talks and solution can be found only through dialogue. He said many farmers have thanked PM Modi for the new agriculture laws. “We will double farmers’ income by 2022. The government is ready to talk and clear doubts of the farmers who are protesting. A solution can be found only through dialogue,” Thakur said.
During the interaction with the Prime Minister today, the farmers will share their experiences with PM-KISAN scheme and also on various other initiatives taken by the Centre for the welfare of farmers. Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar will also be present on the occasion. The BJP has asked its district functionaries to ensure presence of at least hundred people to hear the Prime Minister’s address.
PM Narendra Modi Address to Farmers News Updates, PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme Updates
Prime Minister Modi's interaction with farmers is part of a massive outreach programme which Centre launched after its multiple rounds of talks failed to convince the agitating farmers — mainly from Punjab and Haryana. PM Modi has so far interacted with the farmers of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Thousands of farmers have been protesting against the three farm laws and demanding their complete rollback. The Centre, however, has made it clear that it will not take back laws but is open to make some amendments. The agriculture minister has held five rounds of talks with farmers but no breakthrough has been achieved so far.