New Delhi, Nov 19 (KINS) BJP leaders on Friday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision of repealing the three farm laws and said this decision was taken in the interest of farmers and it will further the atmosphere of brotherhood across the nation.
Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, Nadda said, “The @BJP4India wholeheartedly welcomes PM @narendramodi’s announcement, that too on the special day of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Parkash Utsav. Our PM has shown that he has immense care for our farmers. This decision will further the atmosphere of brotherhood across our nation.”
Hailing the various steps taken by the Modi government, Nadda said “The number of good governance measures taken by the @narendramodi government are innumerable. Let us keep working together and through our collective spirit, take India to even newer heights in the times to come.”
Union Home Minister Amit Shah also welcomed the decision. In a series of tweets, he said, “PM @narendramodi’s announcement relating to the farm laws is a welcome and statesman like move. As the Prime Minister pointed out in his address, the Government of India will keep serving our farmers and always support them in their endeavours.
“What is unique about PM @narendramodiJi’s announcement is that he picked the special day of ‘Guru Purab’ to make this announcement. It also shows there is no other thought except the welfare of each and every Indian for him. He has shown remarkable statesmanship,” added Shah.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said the decision was taken in the interest of farmers. “Today, Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi has taken a big decision to withdraw three agriculture laws in the interest of farmers and respecting their sentiments. This decision reveals the sensitivity of the Prime Minister towards the welfare of farmers. I welcome this decision of the Prime Minister,” he tweeted.
President of BJP Kisan Morcha Rajkumar Chahar also hailed the decision and said the Prime Minister has definitely decided to withdraw agricultural laws, keeping in view the interests of farmers and the country.
Modi announced earlier in the day that his government would repeal the three farm laws passed by Parliament a year ago, which has led to massive protests by farmers in several states.