Land Bill: BJP will not bat an eyelid, takes aggressive approach
Bengaluru, April 4: The Land Bill by the Government clearly scores over the the version put out by the UPA, Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister said at the BJP's National Executive Meet today at Bengaluru.
The BJP has also decided to undertake an outreach programme on the Land Bill. As part of this programme, several BJP leaders from the state level would travel to the remotest parts of the country and educate the people about the Land Bill.
Cast aside peoples' doubts:
The BJP meet today decided that it was time to take a firm stand on the issue and counter the opposition which has been lying about the Land Bill.
Gadkari made it clear that all party workers must take the initiative to convey to the public the reality of the Land Bill.
He said that doubts must be dispelled and the people told that the new Land Bill will only benefit the people.
The opposition has been lying that the Land Bill will benefit the industrialists. It is time we told the farmers the benefits of the Bill and how the Opposition has been lying Gadkari also told the conclave.
Rallies to be held:
All the state leaders have been told to take out rallies starting April 6th onwards. A mass outreach programme will commence from April 6th at Ranchi and then would be held in other parts of the country.
The BJP has made it clear that it would not go back on the Land Bill.
Despite the posturing by a united opposition to ensure that the Bill is not passed, the BJP has made it clear that it will first tell people ther reality and ensure that it is passed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the way yesterday when he said that having grown up among the farmers he knows what they feel.
Those who spread do not know how to protect farmers he also said yesterday.