Modi Government to announce 'Big gift' for farmers in budget

 A senior BJP leader and the national president of BJP Kisan Morcha,
Virendra Singh Mast has said that the central government will soon announce a “very big decision” to increase the income of the farmers. BJP’s Kisan Cell chief Virendra Singh Mast rejected the possibility of farmers’ debt waiver as a permanent solution, rejecting its prospect. But said that this year’s budget will provide great relief to the farmers.

This announcement came after the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has hinted that a farm relief package for farmers will be a part of the Interim Budget on February 1.

In a press conference on Friday, BJP farmer leader Virendra Singh Mast said that the government has taken several historic decisions for agricultural sector and rural development. A big decision will be taken in the near future for the prosperity of the farmers.

It is notable that for the last few years, it has been speculating that the central government will provide some money to help farmers in the cost of farming as per the available agricultural land of each farmer. Although Mast did not provide any information regarding this possible announcement.

He said that the debt forgiveness is not a permanent solution for the farmers facing problems in the country. Mast told that the BJP’s Kisan unit will organize a two-day National Conference next month in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. This will be concluded on February 24, which will be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The BJP leader said that he has made some appeals related to farmers to the government. You will be able to see its effect in the upcoming budget.

MP from Bhadohi district of Uttar Pradesh said that the Modi government has taken some historic steps to improve the condition of the farmers. Some decisions will be exposed in the coming days to strengthen them financially. He said that the debt forgiveness of farmers is not a permanent solution but it is a temporary arrangement. He said that former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had also announced a debt waiver of Rs 56,000 crore. But what happened? Did this benefit the farmers? This is not a permanent solution.