Maharashtra: “Had it not been for Assembly elections, Modi government would not have withdrawn the law”, Sharad Pawar’s attack on Modi government over agriculture law | | If there were no assembly elections then central government may not take decision to repeal farm laws says sharad pawar

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Maharashtra: “Had it not been for Assembly elections, Modi government would not have withdrawn the law”, Sharad Pawar’s attack on Modi government over agriculture law | | If there were no assembly elections then central government may not take decision to repeal farm laws says sharad pawar

Farm Laws Withdrawn

Maharashtra: NCP chief Sharad Pawar has slammed PM Modi for withdrawing three agriculture laws. Pawar said that if the next Assembly elections had not been held in many states, the Modi government would never have taken the decision to repeal the law. Decided. After which now NCP chief Sharad Pawar has also targeted the central government.

“If the Center had taken the states into confidence and discussed the three agricultural laws in Parliament, the situation would have been different today,” Pawar said in Satara on Wednesday. Pawar further said that if the next elections had not been held, the decision to repeal the law would not have been taken.

Maha Vikas Aghadi will form the government again

Pawar, on the other hand, hit back at the BJP’s claims of the collapse of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. “I firmly believe that this government will complete its five-year term,” Pawar said. He has claimed that he will return to power if he fights the next election together. Let me tell you that even the NCP’s ally Shiv Sena in the Maha Vikas Aghadi is constantly criticizing the Modi government for its decision to withdraw agricultural laws. A recent Saamana editorial said, “Prime Minister Modi has announced the repeal of three agricultural laws. But the farmers are not ready to withdraw their movement.

The agitation will continue till the law is repealed by introducing a resolution in Parliament, the leaders of the United Kisan Morcha said. This means that the farmers are not ready to listen to the Prime Minister of the country. Farmers do not trust the Prime Minister.

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