PM Modi talks about the Farmers’ Movement, those calling on foreign companies today to promote agrarian reforms

While laying the groundwork for the Raja Suheldev memorial in Bahrain, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pursued political arithmetic with the Kisan movement, the UP elections and the Bengal elections. PM Narendra Modi also commented on the peasant movement. “The people who once allowed foreign companies to come to India today are creating an atmosphere against domestic companies,” he said. They are busy spreading confusion against the farming laws made for the benefit of the farmers. Today, the poor farmer of the village is seeing how the government is making such a big plan to save his small house and land. PM Modi said we have done the job of empowering people in villages under the ownership scheme.

Moreover, Prime Minister Modi said that those who dug for West Bengal politics and sacrificed their lives for the country would not be given the status they deserve. Today India is correcting the injustice done to those who write history with those who write history. He said Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was the first Prime Minister of the Azad Hind government. Did he give his contribution the importance he deserves? Today, from the Red Fort to the Andaman and Nicobar, we have made their mark in the world.

Prime Minister Modi said, “This country knows very well what has been done with Sardar Patel, who unites more than 500 princely states. The largest statue in the world today is the statue of Sardar Patel, who continues to inspire us. Ambedkar, the voice of the downtrodden was found only through political tricks. Today their monuments are being developed from India to England. ‘

Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to Maharaja Suheldev Rajbhar at Bahrain. A 40 feet high bronze statue will be erected here. This will lead to the development of the surrounding area and people will get jobs, ”he said. Shops will be built here for local artisans to sell their products here.