Every farmer gets direct benefits under PM-KISAN and CM Krishi Aashirwad Yojana in Jharkhand: JP Nadda


Bharatiya Janata Party National Working President Shri JP Nadda began the campaigning for the upcoming Jharkhand polls on 25 November, 2019. Addressing a huge rally at Chandawa in Palamau district Shri Nadda said,” For the last 70 years, enemies were eyeing Jammu and Kashmir. Only three families were getting benefits of Article 370 since 40 years. They were also instigating the separatists. However, when Shri Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister he has decided to scrap Article 370,” he said.

Shri Nadda said, “The Congress and JMM might be shedding crocodile tears for the SC/STs. But, earlier there was no provision in J&K to send people from the SC/ST communities to the Lok Sabha and J&K Assembly. Now, after the delimitation they will be elected to the assembly from Jammu and Kashmir”, he added.

Lauding the Prime Minister, he said, “China and the US might have different views but the Presidents of both the countries wish to meet PM Shri Narendra Modi. While Donald Trump broke protocol to witness PM Shri Modi’s address in Houston, Chinese President Xi (Jinping) came to meet the Prime Minister at Mahabalipuram”.
Even in the countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi was welcomed. Moreover, Saudi Arabia conferred its highest award on PM Shri Modi, he added.

The result of the double engine of BJP governments in Delhi and Ranchi is that today, the farmers of Jharkhand are getting double benefits. Every farmer family here gets direct help under PM-KISAN, along with additional benefits of Chief Minister Krishi Aashirwad Yojana,” Shri Nadda said.

Noteworthy, in the first phase 13 constituencies will go to the polls on November 30, 2019.

Meanwhile, BJP National President Shri Amit Shah on 21 November, 2019 kicked off the election campaign for the Assembly polls in the State. It was followed by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s rally on 25 November, 2019 at Daltonganj in Palamu district and Gumla.

Union Ministers Shri Rajnath Singh and Shri Nitin Gadkari also addressed public rallies at several places in the state, where they launched scathing attack on the Congress over poverty and corruption in the state and explained the development work undertaken by the Raghubar Das government during the last five years of its rule.