PM Modi Announced the Repealing of 3 Farm Laws
PM Narendra Modi declared the revocation of three farm laws passed in the Parliament in September, last year.
He expressed his heartfelt apology to the Indian masses for not being able to convince a section of the farmers to the benefits of the three laws.
The winter session of the Parliament, in this month will complete the repealing processes.
PM Modi has urged the farmers to leave the protest and return back to their homes. He remarks on embarking on a new journey.
Parliament had issued the three farm laws in September last year. They had first proposed in the month of June as the three Ordinances before being sanctioned by Parliament during the Monsoon Session by a voice vote.
These laws are -- The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act.
The protest over these farm laws raged over a year and more seeking the revocation. The protest continued despite weather odds, and hindrances. It spread across the Delhi border regions, from Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and UP.
The decision of withdrawal came in because of the declining condition between the country's farmers and the prime minister.
While addressing the nation, PM Modi commented that the laws were drawn from the farmers' goodwill. But after such a significant rally of demonstrations and protests, he strives to work harder to realise the nation and the farmers' collective aspirations.
Till now, as remaked by PM Modi, the government had worked to provide farmers with seeds at reasonable rates and facilities like micro-irrigation, 22 crore soil health cards. Such factors have contributed to increasing land fertility and agricultural output. We strengthened Fasal Bima Yojana, by adding more farmers to it.
They had strengthened the rural infrastructure market. They not only increased MSP but also put up government procurement centers. Procurement by our government broke the records of the past several decades.
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