BJP president JP Nadda on Wednesday said that the three bills on farmers introduced by the central government in Parliament were highly revolutionary, going to bring change at the grassroots level and the three bills were going to change the anti-farmer image of the farmers and the Congress.
It may be noted that in the current monsoon session of the Central Government Parliament, the Farmers Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Benefits) Bill, 2020, Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Prices Development and Agreement Bill in the current Agriculture Extended Sessions There are bills. The bill was introduced in 2020. The Necessary Goods (Amendment) Bill was passed in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
At a press conference held at the BJP headquarters, Nadda claimed that the three bills were very far-sighted and would prove to be very important and beneficial booster to increase investment in agriculture and the price of farmers’ produce at a very fast pace.
He said, “All three bills will work to give new freedom to the farmers. After that, the farmer will have the freedom to sell his produce. These three bills will be very revolutionary and will change the ground. It will change the image of the farmers, change their destiny, one of their conditions.” Fundamental changes will occur.The product will get a fair price.
Nadda alleged that Congress was opposing the bill today while making similar promises as part of its manifesto to disappoint farmers in the run-up to the elections.
He complained, “Opposing the Congress with the bill is nothing but politics. It is his dual face. His job is to politicize everything. The Congress knows nothing but politics. What the Modi government is doing through this bill is what the Congress promised in its manifesto.” .
He claimed that Congress was opposing the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and put it in its manifesto to frustrate the farmers. He complained, “Today he is confusing the world.” He is lying. This is the politics of Congress.
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Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has termed the Agriculture Bill in the Lok Sabha as a direct and deliberate attack on the interests of the Center. He also said that the necessary item (amendment) law passed in the Lok Sabha should be challenged in court.
Capt Amarinder, in his response to the bills passed in the Lok Sabha today, said that the central government, including the Shiromani Akali Dal, has a constitution that transcends the concerns of farmers and has fully enforced central law on state-related issues. The federal structure of the country has suffered a setback. He said we would challenge the law in court.
He said that Congress would not allow the interests of the farmers to be aggravated at any cost. He said the law was a direct step towards ending the Minimum Support Price (MSP) system. He declared that the Congress party would fight on the cross against attacks on the interests of the state.