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‘Attempt to mislead’: PM Modi assures farmers after passage of farm bills

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‘Attempt to mislead’: PM Modi assures farmers after passage of farm bills

‘Attempt to mislead’: PM Modi assures farmers after passage of farm bills

Prime Minister Narendra Modi applauded parliamentarians for passage of three farm bills.

PM said that the MSP system and government procurement will remain unchanged.

He added that the bills will free the farmers from ‘middlemen and other obstacles’.

The Prime Minister also shared a video of Narendra Singh Tomar explaining the bills.

The three bills for agricultural reforms were passed in Lok Sabha on Thursday.

Several parties including BJP's ally Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) opposed the bills.

Earlier in the day, Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal resigned from cabinet on Thursday.

Badal resigned in protest against the farm bills.

The Shiromani Akali Dal is one of the oldest ally of BJP.


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