Three farmer laws repealed by PM Narendra Modi on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti

Narendra Modi, farm laws
File image of Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi, farm laws
File image of Narendra Modi

President Narendra Modi said in a statement released ahead of a major election in the state today that “our unconstitutional farm laws” that have led to strike action across large areas for farmers across the country will be wiped out.

The announcement came during the Guru Purab festival when the birthday of Sikh founder Guru Nanak was celebrated.

“Maybe something is missing from our Tapasya, so we can’t trust some farmers about the law. But today is Prakash Parv and now is not the time to blame anyone. “We are repealing the three farm laws”. President Modi said in a public address. “What I do is for the farmers. What I do is for the nation.”

Thousands of farmers in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have been camping outside Delhi since November 2020, demanding the law be repealed.

The protests did not stop after numerous discussions between the government and the peasants, confusion in Congress and the hearing of the Supreme Court.

“We have not been able to get farmers on our side. Only some of them broke the law, but we keep trying to educate them”, Prime Minister Modi said. Protesters and farmers accused the government of fleeing us by train without much discussion in parliament.

Farmer unions argue that the law will expose them to unfair competition with the economy and would deprive them of assured earnings.



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