Today, farmers are protesting on the streets due to the dogma of the Modi government at the Center. Without hastily speaking to the farmers and without discussing with the opposition parties, the Modi government passed three important bills related to farmers.
This bill provides that the farmer of the country can sell his crop in any corner of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also said this.
But the main state of farmer protests where the BJP is in government, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar is saying that farmers of Rajasthan cannot sell their crops in Haryana.
When Manohar Lal Khattar talks like this, he contradicts PM Modi’s claim of a free market which the three new farm bills provide. So far there has been no response from BJP on Khattar’s statement.
CM Manohar Lal tweeted that, “Haryana Government is committed to buy grain of millet crop. Last year, 3 lakh metric tonnes of millet was procured by government agencies in Haryana. So far, 7 lakh metric tonnes of millet have been procured.”
CM Khattar wrote in his next tweet that, “Millet is being purchased in the grain markets of Haryana at a rate of ₹ 2,150 / quintal, while in the neighboring state of Rajasthan, millet is being sold for ₹ 1300. Hence, there are complaints of selling millet in Haryana from there. The millet there will not be allowed to be sold here. ”
Khattar, the chief minister of Prime Minister Modi himself, is refusing to obey him. Whereas farmers are demanding the withdrawal of these three agricultural laws.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal has also expressed concern over the agitations against the three agricultural laws. He wondered why farmers are getting misled by the opposition and some farmer organizations despite selling their crops at the minimum support price in the mandis. Manohar Lal said that he was being tricked by the farmers in Haryana.
RJD attacked CM Khattar
Sanjay Yadav, the political advisor of RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, has responded strongly to this tweet by Chief Minister Khattar. He said, “Khattar sir! Your own government has implemented the “one nation one market” system. Then what if you are a neighboring state, if anyone from South India or Eastern India comes to sell grains in Haryana, then how can you stop them. Due to these same BJP policies, farmers are so angry today.”