Farm laws would take away the livelihood of millions of farmers says, Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi fiercely attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the government over the month-long farmer’s agitation, today said that “there was no democracy” in India and those who stood against the PM were called terrorists, however, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat can be called terrorists if he stood against PM. He called for the repeal of agricultural laws as a result of the government appeasing the croppy capitalists.”

Referring to the head of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the Congress leader said, “PM Modi is making money for the rich capitalists. Whoever tries to stand against him will be called a terrorist – farmers, laborers and even That Mohan Bhagwat. ” (RSS), the ideological guru of the BJP. He says “There is no democracy in India. If some of you think, it is in your imagination”.

Rahul Gandhi was speaking after leading a delegation of Congress workers to President Ram Nath Kovind to intervene to end mass protests near Delhi over farm laws enacted in September. Congress has also called for a joint session of Parliament to discuss the laws, in which allegations of opposition were violated in violation of rules in Parliament.

The Congress march led by Rahul Gandhi to Rashtrapati Bhavan was stopped by the police and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and many other party leaders were detained and put in buses. Then some Congress leaders went ahead.

Speaking after his meeting with the President, Mr. Gandhi said that the legislation would take away the livelihoods of millions of farmers and was designed to support “four or five businessmen” who were wealthy capitalists.

He said, “The youth and all the people of this country should know that PM is an incompetent person who knows nothing. He is an incompetent person who only listens to the rich capitalists. Whatever he tells him, He does. “
Thousands of farmers have been protesting since November-end on highways near Delhi, which the Center says are important for the improvement of the agricultural sector. Farmers fear that the laws will deprive them of a minimum income guarantee and leave them open to exploitation by big businesses.

“Farmers and laborers are now uniting. But as always, the day someone speaks against the government, they are labeled as traitors and terrorists. It is unfortunate, but it is still happening today. The voice of the people Is being pressed., ”The Congress leader said.

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