On the farmer movement, pM Narendra Modi has said that the government is ready to talk to the farmers. In the all-party meeting, Modi said that he is just a phone call away from the farmers. Union Minister Prahlada Joshi said that Modi himself wants the farmers to be heard with utmost seriousness. His stand was seen in the all-party meeting.
Modi says that the government still wants to suspend agricultural laws for 18 months and talk to agitated farmers. Modi said in an ALL PARTY MEETING with 20 parties that the government is still standing on its old stand. It should be noted that 20 parties of opposition in support of farmers boycotted the President’s address on Friday. Today Modi held a meeting with all the parties. On Monday, the government is going to present its general budget in Parliament.
In an all-party meeting on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the issue of farmers will be overcome by dialogue. Modi said that in the last discussion with farmer leaders, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar had said that they are only one phone away from the farmers. He believes the same. In the meeting held through video conferencing, PM Modi said that the government is constantly trying to resolve the issues of the protesting farmers through dialogue. Joshi said, Modi also condemned the destruction of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in California, USA. The PM said that India can play an important role in today’s global scenario. The government wants to work for the welfare of the poor and the upliftment of the nation. He wants the progress of the nation, not the credit.
Significantly, keeping in mind the functioning of Parliament, an all-party meeting was convened before the budget session. The meeting was attended by Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, Trinamool Congress leader in Lok Sabha Sudip Bandopadhyay, Shiromani Akali Dal leader Balwinder Singh Bhundad, Shiv Sena’s Vinayak Raut and many other leaders. Normally, all such meetings take place before the session of Parliament, so that the proceedings of both the Houses can be conducted smoothly.
PM said that in today’s global scenario, India can make great contributions to the world. It’ll lead to development & the poor will be benefited with that development. It’s not a question of credit to Govt but of success of the nation: Union Minister P Joshi after all-party meet pic.twitter.com/6qVLEpSuVg
– ANI (@ANI) January 30, 2021
Meanwhile, the protesting farmers have been demanding the repeal of three new agricultural laws of the Center for the last two months on the Delhi border. Farmer leaders are celebrating Mahatma Gandhi’s death anniversary on Saturday as Sadbhavna Day. He fasted for a day at various performance venues.
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