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    PM Modi targets Opposition: ‘not with farmers, youth or soldiers’

    Written by Harikishan Sharma
    , Lalmani Verma
    | Dehradun, Delhi |

    September 30, 2020 4:30:03 am

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    PM Narendra Modi also inaugurated the Ganga Avalokan Museum at Haridwar.

    Targeting the Opposition for protesting against the new farm laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said “these people are neither with the farmer, nor with the youth, nor with the soldiers”.

    Saying that they were “opposing just for the sake of opposing”, Modi said “people who oppose and protest are becoming increasingly irrelevant for the country and society”.

    Speaking at the inauguration of six projects related to the Namami Gange mission in Uttarakhand, via video conference, Modi said: “They are opposing the independence of the farmer. These people are now insulting farmers by setting on fire the goods and equipment that farmers worship.” Youth Congress workers from Punjab set a tractor on fire near Gate on Monday.

    Reiterating that the MSP (minimum support price) system would not be scrapped, Modi said: “The country has freed its farmers from many restrictions. Now, the farmer can sell his produce to anyone, anywhere. But today, when the central government is giving the farmers their rights, these people are protesting.”

    “Aaj desh dekh raha hai ki kaise kuchh log sirf virodh…

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