Dushyant Chautala said that no effective step was taken by congress in the direction of prosperity of farmers and increasing their income.
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Deputy Chief Minister of the State Dushyant Chautala said that congress party is misguiding gullible farmers on agricultural laws. Deputy CM said that state’s farmer is well aware and he will not be decepted by congress. He said that it is well known to the farmers who are safeguarding their interests. The state and central government have taken many historical decisions in the interest of farmers and work is being done very seriously to double the farmer’s income.
Dushyant Chautala said that no effective step was taken by congress in the direction of prosperity of farmers and increasing their income but prime minister Narendra Modi has not only taken many revolutionary steps in interest of farmers but has also given record compensation to farmers. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala was speaking to journalists at his residence in Sirsa on Sunday.
Deputy CM said that former president of Congress Rahul Gandhi doesnt even understand the ‘K’ in ‘krishi’. He said that Rahul who is coming for a tour of Punjab and Haryana doesn’t fully understand the three agriculture laws brought by the centre. He said that the new laws that have been passed now were actually supported by the erstwhile Congress government and during their government they had even proposed an open market in their report.
Dushyant also said that from last 4 days, cotton is also being sold at a good price in the state. Opposition is politicizing the matter. By giving 50 rs bonus on the upcoming Rabi crop of wheat, Central Government has proven that the crop will be continued to be procured on MSP from the farmers.
In regard to the upcoming Baroda by-election, Dushyant Chautala said that the state presidents of BJP and JJP are in coordination and soon a final decision will be taken. He said that his doors are always open for farmers. He is a farmer himself and that he is ready for any questions by the farmers. He also listened to problems of those who sought him at his residence.