Nagpur. The central government has withdrawn three controversial laws, but Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has given a shocking statement about the withdrawal of all three laws. Narendra Singh Tomar said in a program in Nagpur that agricultural law 70 This was the biggest agricultural reform brought in after the independence of the year. After this, he said that the government has taken a step back and is thinking ahead. The meaning of his statement is being taken that the government can bring them back. Central government agriculture law
Tomar said in the program that the government had made major reforms but had to be withdrawn after some people protested. He further said – We have definitely taken a step back. But we will move on again. The government is thinking ahead, We are not disappointed. Farmers are the backbone of India. It is worth mentioning that Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Dev. 19 November 2021 In his address, he had announced to withdraw all the three agricultural laws.
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After the Prime Minister’s statement, on the first day of the winter session of Parliament, the Central Government had passed a bill to withdraw the law. It was signed by the President on December 1. It is believed that the government has taken this decision in the context of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh elections. Last year 17 September 2020 The central government had implemented these laws on, Against which the farmers of the country 26 The movement started from November.
The longest peasant movement in the history of the country started on the borders of Delhi in protest against the disputed agricultural laws. Punjab, Haryana, UP, Farmers from other states of the country including Rajasthan 378 Delhi was under siege till the day. Around seven hundred farmers were killed during this movement. Meanwhile, there is news that the process of withdrawing the cases registered against farmers in Haryana has started during the farmers’ agitation. Earlier, the government had written a letter to the SP and District Attorney of all the districts of the state seeking their opinion regarding the cases. After getting the opinion, now the government has ordered the District Deputy Commissioner to withdraw the case.