‘Govt leaving no stone unturned to ensure farmer welfare’: PM Modi

PM Modi said that Centre is leaving ‘no stone unturned’ to ensure farmer welfare on the backdrop of the recent ‘Delhi Chalo’ march in the national capital.

The central government is leaving no stone unturned to ensure farmer welfare, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday while addressing farmers at the golden jubilee celebrations of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation in Ahmedabad.

“We are leaving no stone unturned to ensure farmer welfare. The government has built 60,000 Amrit Sarovars across the country. This initiative will not only benefit farmers but will also strengthen the rural economy. Our goal is to provide modern technology and its know-how even to the small farmers of the country,” PM Modi said.

“Our focus is to improve the life of small farmers, to increase the scope of animal husbandry, to improve the health of animals, to encourage animal husbandry as well as pisciculture and beekeeping in the village,” PM Modi.

He said that the government has provided the farmers with modern seeds to combat climate change.

“For the first time, we have also provided Kisan Credit Card facility to cattle farmers and fish farmers. We have given farmers such modern seeds which can combat climate change,” the Prime Minister said during his address at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.