‘They are insulting farmers’: PM Modi on protesters burning tractors over farm bills

They are insulting farmers

PM Narendra Modi responding to the recent protests by the opposition parties and farmer unions all observer the country said that whoever id protesting against the farm bills they are opposing the freedom of farmers.


Three farm bills were passed in the monsoon session of Parliament. The passing of the bills have outraged the farmers particularly in Punjab and Haryana with opposition parties fueling the protests with misassumptions.


Two-month long agitation started by Congress Party over farm bills

Congress party has started two- month long agitation to support the protests and oppose the bills. During the protests members of congress youth wing set the tractor on fire in Delhi to show their protest against the new farm laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it context to the event that this is disrespect to the farmers.

They are protesting only for the sake of doing it: PM Modi

Prime Minister added that the opposition parties are protesting against the new farm bills only for the sake of doing it. He added that the opposition parties who are protesting against the farm bills failed to implement MSP (Minimum Support Price) but the BJP  Government implemented it under the recommendation of Swaminathan Commission.

PM Modi

During the address of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the event of launching of six mega projects in Uttarakhand under the name of Namami Gange project he said that these reforms will strengthen labourers, youth, women and farmers of the nation.

He added that the opposition are so raged on these reforms because their mode of earning black income id finished. He also said that the bills will not only provide them with MSP but also the farmers would now have freedom to sell their produce anywhere.

President Ram Nath Kovind has given his assent on the farm bills despite the protests of opposition parties and farmer unions all over the country.


Also read:PM Modi Mann Ki Baat: Time to be more careful, large parts of economy now open Highlights