19 thousand programs, five crore farmers, ministers and CMs will join the program, know the complete plan of BJP

Farmers have been protesting against the agricultural laws passed by the Center for nearly a month on Delhi’s borders. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address farmers today. During the event, PM Modi will also interact with farmers of six different states.

This is how BJP is preparing

BJP said that there will be programs in 19000 places across the country today. More than 3000 thousand programs will be held only in UP. More than 1 crore people will connect directly while 5 crore farmers will listen to their program. All MPs, MLAs, Chief Ministers, Deputy Chief Ministers, Mayor, Deputy Mayor etc. will be included in this program. BJP officials will also be involved. There will be programs in all the mandis of the country and the Prime Minister will be heard there.

BJP president JP Nadda has written a letter from all his Lok Sabha MPs, Rajya Sabha MPs and senior ministers to the state president and district presidents and said that on December 25, that is, today Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give speeches, for that big LED screens should be installed on the district. . Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech will run on this. The MPs and district heads of the area will be present in their respective areas, while the MLAs have also been asked to remain present in their areas.

Command has been assigned from the booth to the district. In view of the farmers’ sit-in demonstration, the BJP has made a strategy to take the decisions taken in the interest of the farmers from house to house.

How farmers get benefits under PM-Kisan Yojana

Under PM-Kisan Yojana, the financial benefit of Rs 6,000 per year is provided to eligible beneficiary farmers, which is payable in three equal instalments every four months of Rs 2,000. The money is directly transferred to the bank accounts of the beneficiaries. This program is taking place at a time when farmers have been protesting for the past few weeks on various boundaries of Delhi demanding the repeal of three agricultural laws. The government claims that these three laws are in the interest of farmers.

PM Modi’s tweet

PM Modi tweeted yesterday and said, “Tomorrow’s day is very important for the grain providers of the country. Through video conferencing at noon, more than 9 crore farmer families will get the opportunity to release the next instalment of PM-Kisan. On this occasion, will have interaction with many state’s farmers. 

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