PM Modi withdraws three agriculture laws, urges protesters to return

PM Modi withdraws three agriculture laws, urges protesters to return

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged protesters to return to their homes, three agriculture laws brought in last year to liberalize India’s agricultural markets.

The constitutional process to withdraw the laws will be completed within a month. He said, “Our government is committed to the welfare of farmers, especially small farmers. We are committed to serve them fully. We have brought the Agriculture Act with good intentions.”


Three laws introduced in September 2020 allowed farmers to sell their produce directly to large buyers, outside government-controlled wholesale markets. The government says it will evict farmers and help them get better prices.

Since then, tens of thousands of farmers have camped on Delhi’s major highways to protest the laws, in protest against India’s longest-running peasant government.
“Today I have come to tell you the whole country that we have decided to withdraw all three agriculture laws,” Modi said.

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