congress attacks pm modi over new farm laws: Farmers are standing on the border of Delhi, but PM Modi is pretending to talk- CongressOn December 18, 2020 by admin
After the Congress assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to abolish the Minimum Support Price (MSP) to farmers, on Friday, it was alleged that Modi once again committed ‘untouchability’ and that he ‘pranked’ the dialogue with farmers Have been. The party also said that the government should withdraw all three ‘black laws’ by apologizing to the farmers.
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi tweeted, ‘As per habit Modi ji again disrespected today. Listen to the farmers, take back the anti-agriculture law!
Amidst the farmers’ protests against the Center’s recently implemented agricultural laws, Prime Minister Modi on Friday assured that the MSP system will not be abolished. He also said that new agricultural laws have not come overnight, but all parties, experts and progressive farmers have been demanding reforms for a long time. Addressing the farmers conference in Madhya Pradesh from the video conference, Modi said, “I assure the farmers that the MSP will not be abolished, it will continue, the opposition is lying about it.”
Congress’s chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala claimed, “The Prime Minister, bypassing the millions of farmers sitting on the border of Delhi, is pretending and provoking the conversation with the farmers. The truth is that the Modi government has now become a bigger businessman than the ‘East India Company’, which is bent on making a handful of capitalists to earn money by polluting the Ganges of hard work of farmers.
Surjewala said, ‘I wish the Prime Minister would have known Madhya Pradesh recently. There were 269 government agricultural produce mandis in Madhya Pradesh, out of which 47 mandis have been completely closed after these laws. There are 143 mandias where the business has reduced by 50 percent. Not only this, Mecca of support price of Rs 1850 is sold for Rs 810 in Madhya Pradesh and Rs 900 in Bihar.
The Congress spokesperson claimed, “As the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi had written as the Chairman of the Working Group and recommended that the minimum support price should be given a legal guarantee.” He questioned why he has turned away from his word after becoming the Prime Minister. The Congress leader said, “The Prime Minister and his ministers should apologize to the farmers and withdraw all three black laws.”
On the other hand, Surendra Solanki, Vice President of the Farmers Unit of the Congress, wrote a letter to Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar urging that the families of the farmers who have died during the Kisan agitation in recent times be given an assistance of Rs one crore. He said, ‘So far 22 farmers have lost their lives in the farmer movement. Our demand is that the central government should provide an amount of Rs one crore to their families.
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