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PM Modi will not let farmers get hurt in any circumstances: Rajnath Singh

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On the occasion of the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh, wishing the farmers on Farmers Day, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that the government is negotiating with the farmers with “full sensitivity”.

Today is the 28th day of the farmers’ agitation opposing the disputed agricultural laws of the Center on Farmers Day.

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Meanwhile, Rajnath Singh tweeted, “Today, on the occasion of Farmers Day, I greet all the contributors of the country. He has provided the country with food security. Some farmers are agitating about agricultural laws. The government is talking to them with full sensitivity. I hope they will take back their movement soon. “

Rajnath Singh said that Chaudhary Charan Singh wanted that the income of farmers of the country should increase, their crops should get remunerative prices and farmers’ respect should be protected.

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The minister said, “With the inspiration of our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, many steps are being taken in the interest of farmers. They will not let the farmers get hurt in any way. “

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However Farmer groups on four major borders of Delhi have appealed to the countrymen to skip lunch in support of them on the occasion of ‘Farmers Day’ today.

Hanan Mulla, general secretary of All India Kisan Sabha, an organization of more than five hundred farmers’ groups, said, “After a rally near the outlets of Adani and Ambani in Mumbai on Tuesday (December 22), farmers intensified their boycott campaign on 26 December and Planned to seek public support .. “

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Hanan Mulla stressed that the movement will continue until the government is willing to listen to the demands of the farmers.

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He alleged, “So far, the government has not paid attention to our demands, which we have been continuously implementing for the last seven months. Instead the government is trying to impose its agenda on the farmers with the help of the media. “

Farmers are appealing to the common people not to eat their lunch in support of ‘Annadata’ (a term used for farmers), urging them to join the movement.

Meanwhile, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh, farmers performed ‘havan’ at the Ghazipur border.

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