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May 15, 2019
8:23PM

Govt is working on plan that will enable farmers to grow new crops: Nitin Gadkari

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today said the government is working on a plan that will enable farmers to grow new crops instead of the conventional ones. 

Addressing an election rally at Dhar in Madhya Pradesh, he said that national security is paramount for BJP. He said that India needs a Prime Minister like Narendra Modi who can firmly deal with the issue of terrorism. 

Referring to various public welfare schemes of the central government, Mr Gadkari said that in the last five years, there has been many development works in the country like the cleaning of Ganga and building of waterways in rivers. 

Mr Gadkari also addressed a public rally in Alirajpur in the state. Senior Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh also addressed a public meeting in Dhar district today.
 

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