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Centre committed to welfare of farmers: PM Modi Modi
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Centre committed to welfare of farmers: PM Modi

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 02 Oct 2023, 12:39 pm

Hyderabad/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reiterated the central government’s commitment to the welfare of the farmers.

Replying to a post by Telangana Member of Parliament from Nizamabad Arvind Dharmapuri, regarding benefits of establishment of National Turmeric Board that the Prime Minister announced on Sunday, Modi on Monday posted on X, "The well-being and prosperity of our farmers has always been our top priority.

"By establishing the National Turmeric Board, we aim to harness the potential of our turmeric farmers and give them the support they rightly deserve."

"The benefits for Nizamabad are particularly immense. We will keep doing whatever it takes to ensure a brighter future for our turmeric farmers.”

"Yesterday, in my speech at the @BJP4Telangana rally in Mahbubnagar, I emphasised on how the BRS Government is cheating the farmers of the state while it is BJP which is working to empower the farmers."

"BRS and Congress, both dynastic parties, are only working to further corruption and commission," the PM tweeted today.