PM emphasizes on updating old laws
New century can't be built on basis of previous century laws"
New Delhi, Dec 7 (UNI) Even as farmers threaten to intensify their protests against the three farm laws aimed at ‘’reforming’’ the agriculture sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that reforms were important for new facilities and new arrangements.
Inaugurating the Agra Metro Rail project through video conference the Prime Minister said the next century could not be built on the basis of the laws of the previous century. Laws that were useful in the last century, had become a burden for the next century. Therefore, the process of reform was continuing.
He said people often asked why were reforms now working better than before ? ‘’What is different now than before ? The reason is very simple. Earlier reforms were being carried out in a piecemeal manner. But now they are being done in a wholesome manner,’ he said.
For the development of cities work had been done at four levels–Resolution of long standing problems, Ease of living, Maximum investment, More use of modern technology, he added.