PM Modi slams opposition on farm bills

News Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Tuesday, inaugurated six mega projects worth Rs 521 crores under the Namami Gange Mission in Uttarakhand, including several sewage treatment plants and their upgradations, a Ganga Museum and its biodiversity. Along with that 100 big cities and 5,000 villages located along the Ganga were made open-defecation free and the tributaries of Ganga were also cleaned up. People were made aware of the Jal Jeevan Mission which he launched earlier today.

During the inauguration, he took a dig at the oppositions for opposing the farm bills. He said “Several reforms, related to farmers, labourers and health, were brought during the recently concluded Parliament session. These reforms will strengthen labourers, youth, women, farmers of the nation. But the nation can see how some people are opposing it just for the sake of it. They are insulting the farmers by setting fire to the machines and equipment that is worshipped by them. There will not only be MSP in the country but also the freedom for farmers to sell their produce anywhere. But some people are unable to tolerate this freedom. Their one more medium to earn black income is finished”