All three agriculture laws back, the artists expressed happiness
Tapasi Pannu, who has done the film “Badla”, has now reacted on her Twitter account to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to repeal the agricultural laws. He termed it a victory of the farmers. He also saw it as an opportunity to wish everyone on Guru Nanak Jayanti. Sharing the news of PM Modi’s withdrawal of agriculture law, he wrote, “This too .. Congratulations to all on Gurpurab.”
You have won! It’s all a victory
Richa Chadha retweeted a tweet calling the decision to withdraw agricultural laws a victory for farmers. He wrote, “You have won! Your victory is the victory of all.” Meanwhile, Richa Chadha retweeted the tweet of a man named Bhupinder Chaudhary.
“This is great news,” said Sonu Sood
Renowned actor Sonu Sood called it big news and lauded Prime Minister Modi’s decision. He wrote, “This is great news! Thank you Modi ji for withdrawing the Agriculture Act. The legitimate demands being raised in the peaceful agitation of the farmers will be considered. Now it is hoped that the agitating farmers will return happily. We will come back with you. Today is the Parkash Purab of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji … “
Farmers had to pay a heavy price
Actress Shruti Seth tweeted, “How many lives have been lost, such a heavy price has to be paid. Come on .. now the farmers have peace for their land, I am proud that they have won! Jai Kisan, Jai Hind.”
Actress Diya Mirza joined hands with the emoji and wrote on Twitter, “Jai Kisan #GuruPurab”.
Modi has also apologized
Let it be known that today PM Modi has also apologized. He said that the government had failed to persuade a section of farmers on agricultural laws. He said three controversial laws would be repealed during this month’s parliamentary session. He appealed to the farmers to “return home to their families and make a fresh start”.
The law was introduced in June
Parliament passed these agriculture laws in September last year. The ordinance was first introduced in Parliament in June. From the month of November 2020, thousands of farmers started gathering near the border areas of Delhi demanding repeal of these laws.