BJP general secretary Anil Jain said it was not possible to meet the demands of farmers by implementing the Swaminathan Commission recommendations.At a press conference today, Jain, who is Haryana affairs in charge, said: “We cannot implement the report but will make sure that the farmers get good prices of their produce. We will also see to it that input cost comes down and they get fertilisers and seeds on time. The government is putting in efforts to make their lives better by introducing soil health cards,” he said.On the ongoing agitation of farmers in Maharashtra and Haryana, he said everybody had the right to raise their issues in a democratic way. “The BJP government is pro-farmer and will improve their income by 2022,” he said.When asked about the diatribe of BJP’s Karnal MP Ashwani Chopra against Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma, the BJP leader said the MP had crossed his ‘maryada’. “I don’t want to discuss the issue,” he said.Jain claimed that the government had ended corruption.He said there was no resentment among the MLAs and that the entire party stood by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. “Reports that the MLAs have filed a complaint against the Chief Minister are not true.” Jain said there was no possibility of the party’s alliance with the INLD.‘Nehru’s policies not in sync with ground reality’BJP general secretary and in charge of Haryana affairs Anil Jain said the policies of the first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, were not in sync with the ground reality, culture and heritage of the country. Addressing a meeting of the BJP’s intellectual cell at Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University (HAU) on Tuesday, Jain said a section of people realised that Nehru’s policies would take the country to some other destination so they founded the Jana Sangh in 1951.