New Delhi: PM Modi is addressing the nation today. His address is considered to be very important today. In fact, PM Modi is on a three-day visit to Uttar Pradesh from today. According to reports, PM Modi will visit Mahoba and Jhansi in Bundelkhand on November 19. In Jhansi, he will participate in the 'Rashtra Raksha Samarpan Parv' and the PM will hand over several modern weapons to the Army. With this, PM Modi from Mahoba will launch 'Har Ghar Nal Jal Yojana.' PM Modi will visit Lucknow today i.e.
However, before that, he is addressing the nation. In his address, PM Modi first paid homage on the birth anniversary of Rani Laxmibai. He tweeted and wrote, 'I bow to Rani Laxmi Bai on her birth anniversary. She holds an important place in the history of India. Her bravery can never be forgotten by generations. I will be participating in the programmes to promote India's defence sector on my visit to Jhansi today.' He paid homage to former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi on her birth anniversary. At the same time, he said, "Today is the holy Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. I extend my warm greetings to all the people and all the countrymen all over the world.''
He further said, "It is also very pleasant that after a gap of one and a half years, the Kartarpur Sabih corridor has now reopened.'' PM Modi also mentioned farmers. I have seen and felt the problems of the farmers very closely for the last several decades, the PM said. Ever since I got a chance, our government has been working for their betterment.
He further said, "Three laws were brought in to improve agriculture. So that the small farmers get more strength. For years, these demands were being demanded by farmers and experts, economists of the country. When these laws were brought in, there was a discussion in Parliament. The farmers, organizations of the country welcomed and supported it. I am very grateful to everybody. Friends, Our Government brought this law for the welfare of the farmers in the interest of the agricultural world of the country, with full support in the interest of the village, the poor, from the right fixed. But we could not explain such a sacred thing to some farmers in full of the interest of the farmers. Even though a section of the farmers were opposing it. We tried to negotiate. The matter also went to the Supreme Court. We decided to withdraw the agricultural laws. You return to your home, return to the farm, return to the family, make a new beginning.''