CM Yogi said on the withdrawal of agriculture law, 'BJP listens to everyone's voice'

Talking on the issue of withdrawal of all three agricultural laws, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that BJP listens to everyone's voice. This decision of the government should be welcomed.

Lucknow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the nation on Friday announced the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. After this decision, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that BJP listens to everyone's voice. He said that this decision of the government should be welcomed. The government solves the problem through dialogue.


'Thanks to PM'

Talking on agricultural laws, CM Yogi said, 'I thank PM Modi and welcome this step taken by him. Although a large section of the people believed that such laws could play an essential role in increasing the income of farmers, the government tried to establish dialogue at all levels when farmer organizations opposed it.


PM Modi appealed to the farmers to return

PM Modi, while announcing the withdrawal of the Agriculture Act, appealed to the farmers to return home. In the midst of all this, farmer leader Rakesh Tikat, who is leading the farmers' movement, has indicated that he is not in a mood to withdraw the farmers' movement immediately. Ticket said that we will wait for the day when agricultural laws will be repealed in Parliament. Apart from this, Ticket also said that along with MSP, the government should also discuss other issues related to farmers.


Opposition targeted the government

After this decision of the government, leaders from all over the country gave their reaction. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted and said, 'The country's Annadata bowed his head of arrogance with Satyagraha. Congratulations on this victory against injustice! Jai Hind, Jai Hind's farmer!'. At the same time, Congress tweeted and said that 'tut gya abhiman, jeet mere desh ka kisaan'. SP spokesperson Anurag Bhadauria surrounded the government and said that 600 farmers died in protest of this agricultural law.