Govt decides to repeal farm laws: Here’s how it’ll happen.
Since the three farms bills have already been passed into law, the government will have to formally bring three new bills to repeal them and get them passed in both Houses.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a three-day visit to Uttar Pradesh from today and today his address to the countrymen is considered very special. During this, he extended his best wishes on the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev.
PM Modi said, ‘Today is the holy festival of Dev Deepawali and also the holy festival of light of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. I extend hearty congratulations to all the people of the world and all the countrymen on this holy festival.
He further said in his address that ‘I have seen and felt very closely the troubles and challenges of farmers in my public life of 5 decades, when the country gave me the opportunity to serve as the Prime Minister in 2014, we considered agricultural development. given top priority. To overcome the challenges of small farmers of the country, we worked all-round on seeds, insurance, markets and savings.
He further said that ‘the government has also connected the farmers with facilities like neem coated urea, soil health card, micro irrigation along with good quality seeds.’ He said, ‘Today I want to tell everyone that we have repealed all three agricultural laws. have decided to do. The old rules have been changed so that maximum farmers can get easy compensation at the time of disaster.
PM Modi further said in his address that ‘Our farmers have received compensation of more than one lakh crore rupees in the last 4 years. We increased the MSP and also set up record government procurement centers.
The procurement of the produce done by our government broke the records of the last decades. Steps should also be taken for the farmers to get the right price for their produce in return for their hard work. We strengthened the infrastructure of the rural market.
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