PM Modi Withdraws Farm Laws, Apologises To The Nation

PM Modi Withdraws Farm Laws, Apologise To The Nation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated today that the Centre has decided to repeal three controversial farm rules, including one at Delhi’s Singhu border, which sparked widespread demonstrations.
As PM Modi withdraws the farm laws, he stated that the government has organised a committee. It composes of representatives from the Center, agribusiness specialists, and farmers to work on crop producer benefits. “I’ll never give up doing good work.” What I did for the country was for the country, and what I shall do for my country will be for the country. “Trust me, I will work even harder to make your aspirations a reality,” PM Modi stated, adding that they are working to change the crop pattern.

On Friday, he wished people on the occasion of Sri Guru Nanak Dev’s Parkash Purab. The prime minister will arrive in Uttar Pradesh around 2:30 p.m. for public meetings in Jhansi and Mahoba. Moreover, after which he will travel to Lucknow for the DGP’s conference on Saturday and Sunday before returning to Delhi. PM Modi is anticipated to send a strong political message to Bundelkhand at the two public events.

PM Modi withdraws farm laws on Guru Purab.

The statement was made during the Guru Purab festival, which commemorates the birthday of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism.

“Maybe something was lacking in our Tapasya, which is why we could not convince some farmers about the laws. But today is Prakash Parv, not the time to blame anyone. Today, I want to tell the country that we have decided to repeal the three farm laws. PM Modi said in an address to the nation.

Also read: Gujarat bans non-veg food.

PM Modi withdraws farm laws on Guru Purab

Since November 2020, tens of thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan are camping outside Delhi. They want that the regulations to repeal. 

Also, despite multiple rounds of talks between the government and farmers. Even disturbances in parliament, and Supreme Court hearings, the protests continued. 

Moreover, farmer unions believe that the legislation would put them in unfair competition with corporations and take away their guaranteed income.

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