List of 42 reforms prepared by the government for campaigning amidst the peasant movement

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This has been done as part of a strategy to deal with the negative publicity about the government over issues such as the current farmer movement and opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act last year.

In the midst of the ongoing farmers’ movement in the country, the Narendra Modi government has prepared a list of 42 reforms, including agricultural laws. This list highlights the laws or reforms that have come into existence during the last six years after the NDA came to power and which the Government believes has greatly impacted the country.

This has been done as part of a strategy to deal with the negative publicity about the government over issues such as the current farmer movement and opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act last year.This has been done as part of a strategy to deal with the negative publicity about the government over issues such as the current farmer movement and opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act last year.

The Agriculture Infrastructure Fund was launched on August 9, 2020. Under this fund, after the harvesting, cheaper loans have to be given for development of infrastructure for its management and for investment in Community Agricultural Assets.

This scheme will be applicable for 10 years i.e. from FY 2020 to FY 2029. Thousands of farmers have been camping on the border of Delhi for more than a month and they are still frozen without any solution. This list of the government talks about the reforms brought between 2014 and 2020.Modi government came to power in May 2014. The second term of this government is going on since 2019.

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