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Conspiracy Is Going On Around Delhi To Confuse Farmers: PM Narendra Modi Break Silence Says Govt Will Address Farmers’ Concerns

Mumbai: Breaking the silence over Farmers protest, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday alleged that the Opposition is misleading the farmers on the new farm laws to divert their attention.

He said this on Tuesday while laying the foundation for a desalination plant, a hybrid renewable energy park, and a fully automated milk processing and packing plant in his home state of Gujarat.

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“People who are sitting in the Opposition and misleading farmers today were in the favor of these farm reforms during their government. They could not make a decision during their government. Today when the nation has taken a historical step then these people are misleading farmers,” PM Modi said.

He further added that the agriculture reforms that have taken place are exactly what farmer bodies and even Opposition have been asking over the years.

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“The Government of India is always committed to farmer welfare and we will keep assuring the farmers and addressing their concerns,” PM Modi said in Kutch.

He said that a conspiracy is going on around Delhi to confuse farmers. “They are being scared that after the new Agri reforms the land of farmers will be occupied by others. Tell me, if a dairy has a contract of collecting milk from you, do they take away your cattle too?” PM Modi said.

The Prime Minister’s statement comes a day after farmer leaders launched a day-long hunger strike in various parts of the country and insisted on implementing new agricultural laws.

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Farmers’ protest has entered the 20th day. Since November 26, thousands of farmers are protesting on the outskirts of Delhi against the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020; the Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020. They are demanding that these laws, which were enacted in September, be repealed.


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