For almost a year, Farm Laws in the northern region of the nation have been opposing three regulations.
Modi has urged farmers to call a halt to their demonstrations.
In a Friday speech to the country, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repeal of three contentious agriculture regulations.
For more than a year, farmers in the country's north have been opposing these three rules.
This is an ongoing narrative.
PM Modi stated that they had not been able to persuade farmers, and that only a small percentage of farmers were opposed to the rules, but that they continued to educate and enlighten them.
New Delhi, India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that three unpopular agriculture regulations that have sparked enormous farmer demonstrations throughout the country will be repealed, just days before important state elections.
The statement was made during the Guru Purab festival, which commemorates the birthday of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism.
“Perhaps something was missing in our Tapasya, which is why we were unable to persuade some farmers to follow the regulations. But today is Prakash Parv, and it's not the time to point fingers. I'd like to inform the people today that we've decided to abolish the three agriculture laws “In a speech to the nation, Prime Minister Modi remarked.
Whatever I did was for farmers. What I am doing is for the country.”
Thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have been camping outside Delhi since November 2020, demanding that the laws be withdrawn.
Everything I did was for the benefit of farmers. “What I'm doing is for the good of the country.”
Since November 2020, tens of thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan have been camped outside Delhi, asking that the regulations be repealed.