Kamal Nath breaks silence on the new agricultural law, says, 'The central government wants to ruin the country'

Bhopal: Farmers have been sitting on the borders of Delhi for the last 14 days against the agricultural laws of the Central Government. However, the Modi government at the Center sent a proposal to the farmers, which could not be agreed. Now farmers have announced to close their toll free, Jaipur-Delhi and Delhi-Agra Expressways on December 12, announcing their agitation.

Farmers are also getting support from all opposition parties. Former Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath has termed the Union Government's agriculture laws as ruinous for the country. CM Kamal Nath of Madhya Pradesh Congress, while targeting the Center on three new agricultural laws, said, "The central government is trying to ruin the country." The new agricultural laws of the Center will exploit the farmers. This government is working aimlessly and it is bent on ruining the entire country. "

Samajwadi Party chief and former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav said that the peasant movement is to restore democratic values and people are "emotionally connected" with this movement to "save" democracy. He said that the "peasant movement" is also a movement to restore the democratic value of India that the general public should participate in all the decisions of the government. Not arbitrary of the government. That is why every citizen of the country is also becoming emotionally involved with the Farmers protest to save democracy in India.

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