Rahul Gandhi about farmers who lost their lives in the Agitation- Family tears has all records...

New Delhi: Political turmoil in the country has increased over the past few years, while former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has attacked the Central government's statement that there is no record of farmers who lost their lives due to agitation against agricultural laws. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar was asked in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday whether the government proposes to compensate the families of farmers who died due to agitation. Replying to this, Narendra Tomar said that the Government of India does not have any such record.

Rahul Gandhi shared a news item related to the same and tweeted, "All records are in the tears of those who lose their loved ones. #FarmersProtest" Farmers have been agitating since November 26 last year at different borders of Delhi against three agricultural laws of the Central Government. These are mainly farmers of Punjab, Haryana, and western Uttar Pradesh.

The same Agriculture Minister also said in his reply, "The Government of India, in consultation with farmers' organizations, requested them to allow children and the elderly, especially women, to go home in view of the cold and corona conditions. The Government is always ready for talks with farmers' organizations.'' Farmers' organizations had earlier said on Tuesday that a 'Kisan Sansad' will be organized at Jantar Mantar due to the current monsoon session of Parliament and 200 protesters from the Singhu border will reach there daily from July 22.

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