The first session of Parliament in the new decade began on Friday. During this, the session began with the address of President Ramnath Kovind. In his address, the President mentioned the three farmers ‘laws, the farmers’ movement and the violence on January 26 at the Red Fort. During this, the President made it clear that insult to the holy day like Tricolor and Republic Day is not tolerated.
On the three agricultural laws, the President said, “My government wants to make it clear that before the formation of the three new agricultural laws, there was no reduction in the rights and facilities which were under the old system. Rather, through these agricultural reforms, the government has given new rights to the farmers as well as new rights.
President’s stance too strict on violence
He said that after extensive discussion, Parliament passed three important agrarian reforms, Farmer Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Bill, Agriculture (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Agreement Bill and Essential Commodities Amendment Bill, seven months ago…
In the past, the President’s stance on the violence on the Red Fort also showed strictness. He said that insult to the holy days like the tricolour and Republic Day is very unfortunate. The constitution gives us the right to freedom of expression, the same constitution teaches us that law and rule should be followed equally seriously.
Last year, the President paid tribute to the death of many people in the country, including former President Pranab Mukherjee and six members from Corona. Along with this, the President also mentioned the achievements of the government during Corona. Referring to all the schemes of the central government, he told how the government stood with the common people of the country in times of crisis. Along with this, he also called for taking forward the mantra of self-reliant India.
The President said the agricultural laws were in the interest of the farmers, praised the government, and described the incident on January 26 as tragic.
President Ram Nath Kovind said, “After extensive consultations, seven months ago, Parliament made three important agrarian reforms, Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Bill, Agriculture (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Agreement Bill, and necessary Object Amendment Bill passed. The biggest benefit of these agricultural reforms also started getting more than 10 crore small farmers immediately. Realizing these benefits to small farmers, many political parties had given their full support to these reforms from time to time.
He said, “At present, the implementation of these laws has been postponed by the supreme court of the country. My government will respect the decision of the Supreme Court and respect it. The insult of the holy day like the tricolour and the Republic Day happened in the past is very unfortunate. The constitution gives us the right to freedom of expression, the same constitution teaches us that law and rule should be followed equally seriously.
The President said, “My government wants to make it clear that before the three new agricultural laws were enacted, there was no reduction in the rights and facilities which were under the old system. Rather, through these agricultural reforms, the government has given new rights to farmers as well as new rights. To make agriculture more profitable, my government is also paying special attention to modern agricultural infrastructure. For this, one lakh crore rupees agricultural infrastructure fund has been started.
President patted the government on agricultural laws, said – small farmers started getting benefits
No matter how big the challenge is, India will not stop – President Kovind
President Ramnath Kovind said, “No matter how big the challenge is, neither we will stop nor India will stop. Whenever India is united, then it has achieved impossible goals. Ambikagiri Raychaudhary, the poet, Assam Kesari, who was a patriot, said – ‘Om Tatsat Bharat Mahat, Ek Chettonat, Ek Dhyanot, A Sadhonat, An Awagot, Ek Ho Za, Ek Ho Za’ The greatness of India is the ultimate truth. In the same consciousness, in the same meditation, in the same practice, in the same impulse, become one, become one. ‘
He said, “In this fight against the epidemic, we have lost many countrymen untimely.” Dear to all of us and my predecessor, President Pranab Mukherjee also died during the Corona period. Six Members of Parliament also left us untimely due to Corona. I pay my humble tribute to all. I am satisfied that with the precise decisions taken at the time of my government, the lives of millions of countrymen have been saved. Today, the number of new corona patients is also decreasing rapidly and the number of people who have been cured of infection is also very high.
During the Corona period, the government took care that the poor are not hungry – President
The President said, “With the announcement of record economic package to handle the economy, my government also took care that no poor have to starve. Through the ‘Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana’, 8 crore people were ensured free food grains of 5 kg per month for 8 months. The government also cared for migrant workers, workers and people living away from their homes. ”Appreciating the government’s efforts on the issue of employment, the President said, “Return from cities due to epidemic