Piyush Goyal seen threatening farmers Said – we have a list of 40 organizations of you, do not open your mouth

Farmers’ organizations continue to face impasse over the three new agricultural laws introduced by the BJP. Talks between farmers’ organizations and the government were held on December 30 to discuss the agenda, including the modalities for withdrawal of agricultural laws. But no result has been fully achieved yet.

While the Prime Minister of the country is saying that the government is fully dedicated to strengthening the farmers and agriculture sector. At the same time, BJP leaders have come out to threaten farmers’ organizations.

A video of BJP leader and Union Minister Piyush Goyal and farmer leaders has surfaced on social media.

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Which can be gauged by how true the claims of the Modi government are. The video has been shared by journalist Vinod Kapri on Twitter.

Sharing this, he wrote that “Union Minister #PiyushGoyal, who threatens farmers leaders publicly after Dec 30 talks:” We have LIST of 40 organizations of you. Do not open your mouth too much. “

See the manner and style of saying. In view of this arrogance, who would say that this government is serious about the farmers’ movement. “

In the video, it can be seen in what tone Union Minister Piyush Goyal is talking with the farmer leaders. Can one see that BJP is a farmer friendly government?

Let us tell you that in the seventh round of talks between the farmers’ organizations and the government, some aspects are being said to be agreed. But as of now, the MSP is not guaranteed to the farmers.

40 farmer organizations of the country unite against the government’s agricultural laws and have opened a front in Delhi. Farmers say that these new laws will weaken the MSP system and the mandi system, it will only benefit the lying corporates.

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