Prime minister Narendra Modi on Saturday indicated that the controversial farm laws would not be repealed, saying farmers have started getting benefits of agricultural reforms.
Addressing an Assocham event, Modi said the country has made up its mind to embrace the changes in various rules and regulations being made by his government to meet the goal of Atmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India).
“Agricultural reforms that we undertook six months back have started benefiting farmers,” he emphasised. Modi said his government has repealed more than 1500 archaic laws and is continuously making efforts to frame new legislations.
“The country has made up its mind, the country is committed to changes in rules and regulations that the government is making to achieve the dream of Atmanirbhar Bharat,” he said.
He asked the industry to help farmers sell their produce in the global markets.
To put forth his point, he said people start eating and the country starts importing those products about which some studies say that they are rich in proteins. “Without us realising, foreign edible products make entry into our platter. On the other hand, our own