‘There will be no work against interest of farmers’: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Monday that there will be no work against the interest of farmers, I am sure that. Everybody will be satisfied with the agreement that will be reached by the dialogue between the central government and the farmers. 

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CM Nitish said these while answering a question asked by journalists on the agricultural law in the PMCH campus of the capital Patna.

Earlier, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar laid the foundation stone of PMCH’s redevelopment project. It will be the second largest hospital in the world, with 5462 beds. Construction of new buildings will be completed in three phases, which will cost 5540 crores. On this occasion, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that the new building of PMCH will be ready in five years. 

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He instructed the officials that the target of completion of its construction has been set for seven years, but if you complete it in five years, it will be better. For this, the state government will cooperate with the construction agency from all sides.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Rajya Sabha today in the budget session of the agitating parliament. 

PM Modi said about outsiders involved in the peasant movement that a new group is now coming out among the workers and intellectuals, whose name is the agitator. Be it the students’ movement or the farmers or else they reach everywhere. He said that these agitators work to mislead people.

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He also criticized the foreigners who supported the farmers. He said that there is a need to avoid FDI which is foreign destructive ideology. He also said that even in the Corona era, the neighboring country left no stone unturned to spread tension on the border. 

Our soldiers fought it out firmly and gave a befitting reply to China. The government is not going to bow down to anyone on the boundary question.

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