Farm Laws: Congratulating the farmers for the return of the three agricultural laws, SP President Akhilesh Yadav said that the government is withdrawing these laws after fearing the farmers.
Farm Laws: SP President Akhilesh Yadav congratulating the farmers for the return of three agricultural laws (Akhilesh Yadav) Said that the government is withdrawing these laws by panicking from the farmers. He said, ‘I am giving full credit for this to the farmers across the country. Farmers should be helped. Samajwadi Party (SP) There is a demand that the central government should bring a law for MSP.Also Read – PM Modi inaugurated projects worth Rs 3,240 crore in Bundelkhand, targeted the opposition
In the press conference, he said, ‘I want to congratulate all the farmers of the country, as a result of whose struggle and agitation, today all three black laws have been withdrawn. The return of the black law is the defeat of the ego. This is the victory of farmers, victory of democracy. The forgiveness of lies will not work in the face of the death of hundreds of farmers. Also Read – Unfortunate Withdrawal Of Agriculture Act, It Will Not Give Electoral Benefit To Government: Supreme Court Appointed Committee Member
The SP president said, ‘Those who have apologized, they should also promise to leave politics forever. The way three blacks have been returned, it is clear that the government is scared and laws have been returned for votes. Yadav said, ‘Farmer is not a farmer in the eyes of the government, how much the farmers were humiliated, what they didn’t have to listen to. The words that were used, no one can even imagine that these words can also be used for Annadata, they were used by the Bharatiya Janata Party. His colleagues and associates have humiliated the farmers on every occasion. It has a collective responsibility, so the government should resign. Also Read – Farm Laws Repeal: Will Amarinder Singh now ally with BJP in Punjab elections? Know the answer of former CM …
Yadav said that did the economy improve today due to demonetisation. He said that that decision was also wrong. He said, ‘It is not necessary that no such law will come again after the elections. There are people like this in the government. Who will assure that such laws will not come in future so that farmers are put in trouble and if their (government’s) intentions were clear then today farmers would not have to wait in line for fertilizers.