Prime Minister Modi has time to go to Assam. However, it is 20 km from Delhi. The senior Congress leader said there was no time to meet the struggling farmers in the distance P. Chidambaram Has criticized.
Farmers have been protesting at the Delhi border for the past two months against the agricultural laws introduced by the central government. So far, representatives of the farmers’ union have held 11 rounds of talks with the central government. But, so far no final solution has been reached.
In this case, the Congress senior leader and former finance minister P. Chidambaram On Twitter, the Prime Minister criticized Modi and the federal government.
In it he stated:
“As the country’s economy is in a slump, the country’s agriculture has grown by 3.9 per cent,” he said. But, the central government treats the farmers like enemies.
It is time for Prime Minister Modi to leave Kerala for Assam. However, it is about 20 km from Delhi. No time to meet farmers struggling in the distance.
But Prime Minister Modi says he will double farmers’ incomes. The truth is, only 6 percent of farmers sell their produce at the minimum support price. “
Thus P. Chidambaram Said.
In an interview a few days ago, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said, “The Union government is ready to talk about any aspect of the new agricultural laws. We welcome farmers for talks.”