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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not taken a sudden decision to withdraw the three controversial agricultural laws on Guru Parva after more than a year of protests. In his message to the nation, he has clearly stated what his government has done for the benefit of agriculture and farmers. He also said that all the three agriculture laws were introduced to improve the lot of farmers. “The aim was to give more power to the farmers of the country, especially the small farmers, to get a fair price for their produce and more options to sell their produce,” he said.
“Such a sacred thing, purely, in the interest of the farmers, we could not explain to some farmers despite our best efforts,” he said. He then announced the repeal of the laws. In fact, the peasant movement has been an issue that has received active support from abroad as well. In particular, from Canada, the UK and the US, we have seen how foreign nationals, along with the Diaspora, have come to support it. In such a scenario, an absolute majority government, which has passed these laws in both the houses, if it obeys a small group of farmers, then the words of every citizen are respected in its rule, said PM Modi. Said easily. Tried to convey this message. Recently, Global Leader Approval Tracker named him the most famous leader in the world. With this decision, he is going to emerge as an even bigger democratic leader on the world stage.

Modi's popularity in the country will increase further

Modi’s popularity in the country will increase further

During the peasant agitation which has been going on since last year, the country has seen that those who did not see any wrongdoing in the agricultural laws, also felt pity for the helplessness of the farmers standing in tents on the roads in winter, summer and rains. Seeing these, many would get the feeling that if they do not have any problem with laws then why are they doing such hard penance? On the occasion of Kartik Purnima and Guru Parva, PM Modi said in his early morning address to the nation, “Today I have come to tell you, the whole country, that we have decided to withdraw the three agricultural laws. This month. In the session of Parliament starting in late 2014, we will complete the constitutional process of repealing these three agricultural laws. ” In his true sense, the feeling of being a national leader comes to the fore. The announcement comes at a time when leaders of farmers’ organizations may not have even dreamed of it. It is noteworthy that the image of a strong leader of the Prime Minister among the Modi supporters, whom his opponents often ridicule, must have once surprised him with this announcement. However, withdrawing these laws does not mean that they are harming them personally. While the general public has come to view the government as stubborn because of these laws, Prime Minister Modi has managed to convey the message that this leader, who believes in his own intentions from the outside, is also very emotional on the inside. With the exception of those who see everything for the sake of political gain and loss, the general public will take this U-turn of Modi positively and his popularity will grow even more among those who see him as a very stubborn leader. Is

UP-Punjab including BJP will benefit till 2024

UP-Punjab including BJP will benefit till 2024

The biggest opposition to the central government’s agricultural laws was in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Punjab has been its center. Capt Amarinder Singh, who was once considered its architect politically, had started hinting a few days back that he was in talks with the Union government on the issue. After resigning from the post of Chief Minister, he had talked of co-ordinating with the BJP in the Punjab Assembly elections, in which he had stated only his condition. In other words, the biggest leaders of Punjab today have come close to the BJP in one fell swoop. Due to this, it is being considered as a master stroke of PM Modi and BJP. Punjab’s urban voters, most of whom are Hindu voters, are considered pro-BJP. But if the captain also comes along, what the BJP has lost due to the split in the Shiromani Akali Dal could benefit the leader who stands on the strength of his sympathy and support. Similarly, the Jat community in Western UP is considered the vote bank of the BJP. Due to these laws, the opposition parties are fully prepared to break it. Now if the agriculture law is coming back then there is no reason for the Jats to be angry. Similarly in Lakhimpur Kheri where Sikhs were angry after the BJP crushed the agitators with SUVs, their anger may subside. Pilibhit’s BJP MP Varun Gandhi, who has left no stone unturned to surround his own government on the issue, has been the biggest drag on the party under the guise of these laws. Similarly, Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik made no attempt to tarnish the image of the party but PM Modi has turned the tide with his announcement.

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Modi snatches big election issue from Opposition

Modi snatches big election issue from Opposition

There is no opposition party which has not tried to surround the BJP government with a gun on the shoulders of the peasant movement. Even the parties whose own organizations have died have not given up trying to bathe in the Ganges in the name of farmers in protest of the BJP. Wherever there are anti-BJP governments, there have been attempts by the Legislative Assemblies to repeal agricultural laws. Rakesh Tikait, the leader of the Indian Peasant Movement, had campaigned against the BJP all the way to Bengal, which made the task of the Opposition much easier. But, at least to this day, no one is in a position to claim that Modi has taken such a decision because of their pressure. Had the pressure had an effect, the government would have dropped its arms in the last parliamentary session or would have backed down on January 26 after seeing the picture of the Red Fort. But the government persisted. There have been several rounds of talks with the farmers’ leaders, but the government has agreed on some issues but is not ready to succumb to pressure. Today, on the occasion of Guru Parva, the Prime Minister has surprised him, so he has made a very thoughtful political announcement; And has tried to present itself as a leader who understands their problems, not anti-farmer. There is no reason to think that this will make any difference to the BJP’s own base. However, it is clear that he has weakened the opposition’s fight on this issue.

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