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Modi: కొత్త సాగు చట్టాలను రద్దు చేస్తున్నాం: మోదీ

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దిల్లీ: దేశంలో నూతనంగా తీసుకొచ్చిన సాగు చట్టాలను వెనక్కి తీసుకుంటున్నామని ప్రధానమంత్రి నరేంద్రమోదీ వెల్లడించారు. ప్రధాని నేడు జాతినుద్దేశించి కీలక ప్రసంగం చేశారు. అన్నదాతల సంక్షేమం కోసం తమ ప్రభుత్వం కట్టుబడి ఉందన్నారు. వ్యవసాయ బడ్జెట్‌ను ఐదు రెట్లు పెంచినట్లు చెప్పారు. 

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Just now, Siddhugwotham said:

He is still blaming farmers indirectly... 

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Definitely..those won't change of the fate of the formers..

1. Entire world is encouraging..organic ..cut చేస్తే..శ్రీలంక లో.ఫుడ్ crisis..

2. పనికి ఆహార పథకం..ఎందుకు continue చేస్తున్నారో..baffas answere చెయ్యాలి..should integrated with forming sector.

3.as usual gst tho sates ki matter lekunda chesaru..

4.All issues leads to increasing the expenditure crops..

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600 మంది రైతుల్ని బలి తీసుకుని ..ఇప్పుడు UP,పంజాబ్ Elections ఉన్నాయి అని  Repealed అని Oscar performance ఇస్తూ మరొకసారి దేశంలో పీఎం ని మించిన నటుడు లేడు అని prove చేసుకున్నాడు.
రైతులకు వ్యతిరేకంగా చట్టాలకు అనుకూలంగా మాట్లాడిన ప్రతీ పువ్వు ముఖచిత్రం ఏంటి గురువు గారు💦💦💦

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he explained that proposed laws are good. unfortunately he couldnt convince some sections of farmers. atlast he bow to popular opinion to protect his political interest

proposed laws give more choice to farm producers to sell their yield. farmers can sell their farm produce to private players in addition to existing local markets. if the private investors wont come forward there wont be sufficient storage facilities for storing perishable food items. 

tomota price some time fetch 10 paise per kg another day its price increase to 100 rupees per kg. same thing happening with onion prices. 

 

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15 minutes ago, ravindras said:

he explained that proposed laws are good. unfortunately he couldnt convince some sections of farmers. atlast he bow to popular opinion to protect his political interest

proposed laws give more choice to farm producers to sell their yield. farmers can sell their farm produce to private players in addition to existing local markets. if the private investors wont come forward there wont be sufficient storage facilities for storing perishable food items. 

tomota price some time fetch 10 paise per kg another day its price increase to 100 rupees per kg. same thing happening with onion prices. 

 

bill chuseki bagane undi, last ki adi ambani or adani advantage avvuddi.... yenni sarlu chudaledu, desam kosam darmam kosam.... 

gst kuda same, torture adi asala....  business cheseti vallaki sagam pichekkuddi.... yedo CAs ni penche daniki annattu undi

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1 hour ago, ravindras said:

 

proposed laws give more choice to farm producers to sell their yield. farmers can sell their farm produce to private players in addition to existing local markets. if the private investors wont come forward there wont be sufficient storage facilities for storing perishable food items. 

tomota price some time fetch 10 paise per kg another day its price increase to 100 rupees per kg. same thing happening with onion prices. 

 

Enti ippudu desam lo restriction undha ? Can't sell to private players ani? 

Market is driver by supply & demand ( both real & artificial) not laws and baffas. Idhi telusukunte tomato prices up downs reason telustayi. 

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7 hours ago, ravindras said:

he explained that proposed laws are good. unfortunately he couldnt convince some sections of farmers. atlast he bow to popular opinion to protect his political interest

proposed laws give more choice to farm producers to sell their yield. farmers can sell their farm produce to private players in addition to existing local markets. if the private investors wont come forward there wont be sufficient storage facilities for storing perishable food items. 

tomota price some time fetch 10 paise per kg another day its price increase to 100 rupees per kg. same thing happening with onion prices. 

 

Its ok temporary set back, real losers are the farmers and Indian citizens, dakait now wants mandatory MSP lol

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