BJP President JP Nadda said – these agricultural reforms will change the image and fate of the farmer

Agricultural reforms are going to change the image and plight of the country’s farmers, Bharatiya Janata Party national president Jagat Prakash Nadda said here on Tuesday. Nadda alleged that peasant leaders have been politicizing in the name of farmers for years, not doing good. He suggested to BJP leaders in the state that the party’s relevance and acceptance should be intensified and increased.

Nadda, who was on a one-day visit to Jaipur, addressed the BJP’s Rajasthan Executive meeting at the Birla Hall. Farmer leaders said they have politicized farmers over the years but have not done them any good. If anyone has done good to a farmer, then Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done it. Referring to the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana and the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, Nadda said, “These reforms will change the farmer’s image and fate. There is a guarantee. He said.

He said, “Our Prime Minister has clearly stated that we are ready to negotiate. You have to tell us what needs to be improved … We are farmers, it is our responsibility to make them mainstream, but political parties are using political bread to make people and mislead them. It is our responsibility to tell you how to benefit. ”
Digging into the Congress, he said the end of APMC was in its electoral manifesto.
He said, “Is there no contract farming in Punjab? Didn’t the Congress government of Punjab bring in the contract farming law? … If you tell the truth, we will lie.” Congress leaders have no information about employment as ‘zero’. He targeted the state’s Ashok Gehlot government for corruption and farmers’ debt waiver, saying that the Congress people are in such ‘desperation’ to get power that they promise and will never deliver on what they promised. “.

At the beginning of his speech, Nadda said the lotus had blossomed earlier in Rajasthan and was growing even more. Amid allegations of factionalism and pulling in the Rajasthan BJP, he urged party leaders and officials to continue introspection, saying, “I don’t want to discuss it but we have almost abandoned introspection.”
He said, “I request everyone who sits here to introspect and determine how and how much our usefulness and relevance is in addition to commitment.” He said, “Politics is where you need to be.” Relevance means how much your contribution to your utility party. How capable you are. “We have to analyze that we are working with maturity.

Nadda was speaking at the Rajasthan BJP’s new state executive meeting. They were accompanied by Arun Singh in charge of Rajasthan, state president Satish Poonia, former chief minister Vasundhara Raje, union ministers Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Arjunram Meghwal, Rajya Sabha member Om Mathur. Earlier in the morning, the party arrived in Jaipur, where Rajasthan’s Arun Singh, State President Satish Poonia, former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Arjunram Meghwal and other senior leaders were greeted at the airport.

The journey from the airport to the venue was planned as a road show. This time, they were greeted in about a dozen places. On behalf of the workers, they were given Rajasthani Safe, a sword and photos with flowers. A large number of party workers were present around the road. Before leaving for Jaipur, Nadda also visited the Kali Bari Temple in Malviya City. People from West Bengal who live in Jaipur go to the temple to pray.