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Modi government is committed to providing basic facilities to the farmers and poor: Kailash Choudhary

Pritam Kashyap
Pritam Kashyap
Modi government is committed to providing basic facilities to the farmers and poor: Kailash Choudhary

Union Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Kailash Choudhary attended the meeting of newly elected Panchayat Samiti member Bhavani Rajpurohit from Ward 5 of Panchayat Samiti, Goda in Kanod on Sunday.  

During this, Choudhary targeted the Gehlot government in Rajasthan. He said that the Modi government does not make plans seeing which caste has how many votes. Rather, plans are being made keeping in mind the development of all. 

Union Minister said, “Now everyone is developing from everyone's faith. Our government is committed to providing basic amenities and development to everyone, especially the poor, farmers and the underprivileged.” 

Taking a dig at the Gehlot government, Choudhary said, “If the government is seen in the state then our youth do not deviate from employment to employment and farmers do not yearn for debt waiver. Here the suffering of the common man is neither hearer nor understanding. The first announcement of waiving the entire loan of farmers in ten days has not been completed in 2 years.” 

He mentioned that within two years the countdown of the Congress government has started. The present Congress government of the state will be known as a corrupt, indolent, negative, poor and chaotic government of history. Congress's public announcement letter was a bundle of lies, which has led to a lot of promise with farmers and youth. 

Modi government has been working towards the welfare of farmers

Choudhary said that the central government transfers a total amount of six thousand rupees to the bank accounts of farmers every financial year under the PM Kisan Samman Yojana. This amount is sent to the bank accounts of the farmers in three equal instalments. 

Choudhary said that all the three agricultural laws implemented in the country by the Central Government are farmer-friendly and these will not only increase the income of farmers significantly, but it is a big step for their economic security. 

He clearly said that procurement will continue continuously at the MSP, there is no question of ending it. Agricultural produce mandis will also continue to function as before, as well as farmers will benefit from the competitive system of facilitating farmers to sell crops outside the market. 

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