India’s new agricultural law will help the agricultural sector and related sectors, the country said
Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Modi said this in his address to the nation on Saturday morning. Modi also said that this law will create new markets. Modi conveyed this message of hope by announcing a large-scale movement across the country from today to repeal the new agricultural law.
Meanwhile, agitating farmers have started blocking all roads in Delhi, including the Delhi-Jaipur highway, since this morning as per the scheduled announcement. All the toll plazas have been closed. The central government has deployed an additional three and a half thousand police at the border to stop the protesters.
On Friday, the Kisan Union of India filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking the intervention of the court seeking repeal of the law. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Center challenging the laws. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushmant Chautala has announced his resignation if the farmers’ demands are not met.