The controversial Bill was discussed in detail on the concluding day of the two-day National Executive meeting and formed a part of the party's political resolution adopted there.

An elaborate power-point presentation on the issue was made at the meet and a booklet titled 'Information to Counter Disinformation (placing facts before the people)' was released as the party sought to rally its cadre around in support of the bill which is pending in Parliament.

"We will not allow the disinformation campaign which is baseless...The disinformation campaign by the Opposition will be met with...The party will reveal the facts at every village and tell people that we have come with a law that is in favour of farmers and people” Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman cited.

All party members would be going out to explain the public on the contents of the Land Bill. The intention of the government was to help farmers Union Minister told reporters.

Asked if national executive members expressed concern over any aspect of the bill, she said "chinta (concern), if there is any, is about the disinformation campaign”.

She said the party will engage with allies like Shiv Sena and SAD, which have expressed serious reservations, and added that the party's intention was to take everybody on aboard and not to hurt anyone.

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