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PM Modi attacks on opposition parties amid protest by farmers on agricultural bills

PM Narendra Modi said these things while inaugurating several development projects in Uttarakhand through video conferencing.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched a major attack on opposition parties amid protests by farmers on agricultural bills. He said that those who are opposing the agricultural bills are actually insulting the farmers. He said that the opposition is neither with the farmers nor with the soldiers.

Prime Minister Modi, pointing to the incident of burning of tractors at India Gate on Monday, said, “These people are insulting the farmers and burning the machines and things that the farmers worship.”

Taking a dig at the opposition and tough style, Prime Minister Modi said, ‘Today these people are confusing the farmers on the MSP. Not only will the MSP remain in this country, but the independence of the farmers will also be maintained and they will be able to sell their produce anywhere. But some people do not like this freedom of farmers. Their era has ended another means of earning money.

PM Narendra Modi said these things while inaugurating several development projects in Uttarakhand through video conferencing. He said, ‘Many reforms related to farmers, laborers and health were brought during the recently concluded Parliament session. These reforms will strengthen the workers, youth, women, farmers of the nation. But the nation can see how some people are opposing it.’

The PM did not stop and said, ‘When the world was celebrating International Yoga Day under the leadership of India, then they were opposing yoga. When the Statue of Unity was created in memory of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, he was still opposing it. None of their big leaders have gone to roam there even today.

 

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