Will agricultural laws come into force again? Union Minister hints

New Delhi: The Central government had recently withdrawn three agricultural laws after a year-long agitation by farmers. Now a statement by Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has indicated that the Modi government may once again implement laws related to agriculture in the future. Speaking at an event in Maharashtra on Friday, Narendra Singh Tomar said on agricultural laws that we will move forward again.

Speaking at the event, Union Minister Tomar said, "We brought in the Agricultural Reforms Act. But some people did not like this law. After 70 years of independence, a major reform was being prepared under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi. But the Government is not afraid of it. We've taken a step back. We will move forward again because farmers are the backbone of the country. In his address last month, PM Modi surprised everyone by suddenly announcing the withdrawal of agricultural laws. However, earlier, several BJP leaders, including PM Modi himself and the Agriculture Minister, were constantly speaking in favor of agricultural laws and requesting farmers to give up the agitation.

The farmers' agitation against the three agricultural laws brought by the Central Government - the Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Act, 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance, and The Agreement on Agricultural Services Act, 2020 and the Essential Commodities Amendment Act, 2020 lasted for nearly a year, after which the Central Government withdrew all the three laws.

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