NEW DELHI | BJP president JP Nadda has called the agitation in Punjab about agrarian laws an intermediary movement. He has stated clearly that this is not a farmers’ movement, a middleman’s movement. BJP President JP Nadda addressed the farmers of Delhi on Thursday at the party headquarters, saying that in the mandis of Punjab, the farmer could not even change his job, had created such slavery. Prime Minister Modi has freed the farmers from all these restrictions.
BJP President JP Nadda said that the soul of India resides in the farmers and the farmer stands for India. But it is also true that many policies which should have been done in favor of the farmer long ago, were indifferent.
Swaminathan’s report was blowing dust in the UPA regime. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi came, he took up the task of implementing Swaminathan’s report and for the first time he gave the MSP of one and a half times the cost to the farmers.
The BJP president appealed to farmers not to be misled by the new agricultural laws. He said, “Kisan Bhai, one thing must be kept in mind that those who are misleading you, they are people who revolve around politics, are not friendly to farmers. If farmers were friendly, they would have said that Modi ji is our manifesto Thank you so much for doing what I had written. “
JP Nadda, while clearing the confusion about contract formulation, said that it is clearly written in the Act that no contract will be on the land, on the things that have arisen on the ground. If someone makes a contract of land by mistake, bullying or cunning then it will be canceled. On contract, the price will be fixed in advance and if the market rate is good then its bonus rate will also be fixed. In case of loss, it will be the responsibility of the contracting trader and the farmer will get bonus if he gains.