Saturday, January 29, 2022

Agriculture Reforms Will Continue, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar – We have taken a step back, will move forward again: Union Agriculture Minister on disputed agricultural laws

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar made a big deal about agricultural reforms

New Delhi:

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar made a big statement on Saturday regarding agricultural reforms in Maharashtra. In the midst of a long sequence of passage of the Agriculture Act and its withdrawal after a year, the Union Minister said that we have taken a step back, but will move forward again. There is still a lack of private investment in the agriculture sector. We had brought agricultural law reforms, some people did not like it. But that was a big reform after 70 years of independence, which was progressing under the leadership of Narendra Modi. But the government is not disappointed, we have taken a step back, will move forward again. The farmer of India is the backbone of the country. If the farmer is strong then the country will definitely be strong.

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