Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged agitating farmers to protest against the three new agricultural laws by ending their agitation and giving an opportunity to agricultural reforms, saying that it is time to make agriculture happy and the country should be Should move in the direction. Responding to the discussion on the motion of thanks presented on the President’s address to the Rajya Sabha, the Prime Minister said that when there are reforms in the country, it is opposed. He said that even when the Green Revolution came in the country, there was opposition to the reforms in the agricultural sector.
During this time, PM Modi told the country a new definition of FDI i.e. Foreign Direct Investment, which has come out in the context of the farmer movement. Describing the definition of new FDI, the Prime Minister said that the country will definitely have to avoid this new FDI. In fact, talking about the international conspiracy, PM Modi said that a new FDI has come in the field, which is needed to save the country from Foreign Destructive Ideology. PM Modi said that self-sufficient India is not a government but a movement of the country.
Explain that FDI is easy to say, it means FDI. That is, a foreign company should invest money directly in a company in India. PMI’s FDI is also foreign, but it is not about the investment of money but the investment of ideas. He said that you must have heard about FDI, Foreign Direct Investment. A new FDI has come in the meantime and means foreign destructive ideology. The country must definitely avoid this FDI. PM Modi also urged opposition parties along with agitating farmers that these agricultural reforms should be given a chance.
Actually, the new FDI that PM Modi has mentioned here, he meant to support the performance by foreign celebrities during the Kisan movement. With the help of Farmers Protest, efforts are being made by foreign personalities to malign India. All foreign celebrities like pop singer Rihanna, environmental activist Greta Thunberg, former pornstar Mian Khalifa, Meena Harris, niece of US Vice-President Kamala Harris, tweeting in support of farmers in the past Of. India gave a befitting reply to such anti-country forces.