Subramanian Swami stresses revolution in agriculture

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 Dec 2017 11:53:11


 

Staff Reporter,

Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swami has stressed on the need of innovation and told that today focus should be to create revolution in agriculture. He also advocated for free power to people of country and abolition of income tax. He was speaking at the inaugural session of three-day international conference on Advance Research in Applied Sciences, Environment, Agriculture and Entrepreneurship Development on Monday. This conference has been jointly organised by Jan Parishad, EPCO, JMBSS ICP in State capital. He further added that uranium, which is a major source of nuclear power, will end by 2050. Thorium is going to become fuel of nuclear reactors. The power produced by thorium will be clean power and so much power could be produced in country from it that power can be given free to people and even it could be exported to neighbouring countries. He claimed that world’s 60 per cent thorium is found in India.


He also said it is a widely accepted concept that more investment is needed for development of country. However, research shows that it is innovations or new technology which gives impetus to development rate. America changed due to technology. “Without innovations we can’t move forward,” he told.


He advocated for the abolition of income tax by telling that poor does not give tax and rich persons have charted accounts.


It is middle class people who get crushed in between.
He also said that Britishers have deliberately hit the agriculture sector of country and deliberately ended the Sanskrit, thus reduced the respect of teachers. Talking about innovations to change the life, he told that Israel does not have rivers but there people get tap water round the clock. Israel takes out water from Ocean and removes salt from it. Talking about Cauvery water dispute between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, he said in India there are so vast ocean beach and hinted that Israel like model can solve the water problem. On this occasion, former DGP N K Tripathi, DG Home Guard Mahan Bharat Sagar, Major General PN Tripathi, ex DGP D P Khanna, Ramji Shrivastava etc were also present.