- The central government has announced a keavid package.
- Strengthening of the Agricultural Products Marketing Committees.
- Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the agricultural laws will not be withdrawn.
Narendra Singh Tomar has said that the controversial farm laws will not be withdrawn after the first cabinet meeting after Narendra Modi’s second reorganization of the government. One lakh crore will be provided to farmers through APMC in conjunction with the reorganization of the Coconut Board. He added that adhyaksasthanatt recruit the peasant society ninnullayale.
Committees for the commercialization of agricultural products will be strengthened. Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that Rs 1 lakh crore set aside as part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat project would be used for the purchase of agricultural products.
The Cabinet also decided to sanction an emergency package of 23,123 million rupees to deal with the second wave of Kovid. The money will be used to improve medical facilities. Health Minister Mansukh Mandav said the fund would be jointly raised by the central and state governments within nine months. While “15000 crore is received from the central government, state governments have to find” 8000 crore.
Keavid warns about the third wave, the financial crisis, the position of farmers in the fight with the problems, and notoriety as the first Cabinet meeting.
Kovid’s treatment has rescheduled rents at private hospitals