CM Khattar meets PM Modi, makes big statement on law on MSP

Chandigarh: Following the meeting, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi and stated that enacting legislation on minimum support price was not doable (MSP). According to experts, this will put pressure on the government to acquire all crops, which is impossible. The Kisan law has been addressed with the PM, according to CM Khattar.

PM Modi was concerned, he claimed, that farmers would return. PM Modi and CM Khattar discussed the repeal of the farm law, according to Khattar. It's given him a wonderful message. Farmers are expected to come home as soon as the bill is returned to Parliament, according to the CM. Experts believe that enacting legislation on MSP is unlikely. Because the government will be pressed to purchase all of the crops, which would be impossible.

CM Khattar stated that a dozen crops are acquired at MSP in Haryana. CM Khattar responded to the opposition's charges against the HPSC by saying that if the opposition has any actual information, please share it with us and we will look into it. Let us know if you don't want to shoot arrows in the dark. On the topic of cabinet enlargement, CM Khattar stated that everyone appreciates the anticipation.

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