Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has revealed the shocking fact that the government is likely to reintroduce three controversial agriculture laws that were repealed last month after protests by millions of farmers across the country. At an event in Maharashtra, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said remarks that the government had taken a step back by withdrawing the three laws, but that it was also for moving forward again, were fueling the impression that the Center was reintroducing the agrarian reforms it had brought.
The Center has taken a step back on agricultural laws
Speaking at the inauguration of the Agro Vision Expo in Nagpur, Tomar said that his government had brought in agricultural amendment laws but some people did not like these laws. 70 years after independence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it was the biggest reform under his leadership. He said the government was not disappointed with the propaganda made by some of the so-called black laws in the wake of farmers’ concerns over the repeal of agricultural laws … a step back, Revealed that they will move forward again.
There will be an exercise for cultivation laws
He said the cultivation laws would be brought back with minor changes and an exercise on cultivation laws was currently underway. The Union Minister said that a clarification on this would come soon. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that efforts are underway to draft cultivation laws in Parliament to make them acceptable to farmers. He opined that farmers are the backbone of India and if the backbone is strong then the country will also be strong.
Prime Minister Modi announced last month that he was repealing the cultivation laws
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced in a televised address to the nation that the government would repeal three agricultural laws. The BJP government has failed to convince farmers protesting the benefits of agrarian reforms that they have brought in agricultural laws for the welfare of the peasantry. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections.
Farmers’ concern over year-long agricultural laws brought by the Center
Thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh along the Delhi-Delhi border have continued to be concerned over the Centre’s decision in the wake of the Centre’s passage of the new Cultivation Laws Bill in Parliament. Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur in Delhi protested at three border points. With the recent repeal of the Central Agricultural Laws the year-round stretch of farmers ’concern has been allayed. Now there is a discussion on what is going to be done again with the remarks of the Union Minister.