PM Modi Cabinet Decisions: The farmers’ agitation has been going on for more than seven months. Farmers are opposing three new agricultural laws. Meanwhile, in the meeting of the Modi cabinet today, some big decisions related to farmers were taken. This was PM Modi’s first meeting with his new team.
After the cabinet meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that farmers will be given one lakh crore rupees through the mandi. He said, “I want to tell friends associated with the farmers’ movement that it is generally said that the new laws have come, the APMC will end. It is in your mind that whatever the Government of India has said from time to time, it has tried to do. It was said in the budget that the mandis would not end. Mandis will be further strengthened. Agriculture Infrastructure Fund which has been allocated one lakh crore. APMC can use the funds from this. According to the decision of the cabinet, APMC will also be eligible now. Can increase resources. Let us tell you that under the Agriculture Produce Marketing Act (APMC Act), agricultural marketing committees have been formed.
Narendra Tomar said, “APMC will not end. Even after the implementation of the Agricultural Act, the means of crores of rupees will be made available to the Agricultural Produce Market from this infrastructure fund by the Government of India. By which she will be empowered.
He said that the capacity of APMC will increase. It is being said that MSP will end. But it can be seen that the purchase on MSP is increasing continuously. Where people are more in the movement, thousands of crores of rupees have been paid to the farmers in their accounts this time by purchasing them at MSP. I appeal to the leaders of the farmers union to seriously consider all these things. end the movement. Use the medium of discussion. The government is ready for discussion.
Let us inform that the farmers, demanding the withdrawal of three new agricultural laws from the government, have been standing at Ghazipur and Singhu border in Delhi for the last seven months. Several rounds of meetings were held between the government and the farmers in the initial days but no solution could be found.
Narendra Tomar said that the Coconut Board came into existence in 1981 to increase the production of coconut cultivation. We are going to amend this act. The chairman of the board shall not be a government person. The chairman of the board will be from farming background. There will also be a CEO on the board.
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