Congress slams Modi Government; termed Agriculture Bills as 'East India Company rules'

Sep 25 2020 04:32 PM
Congress slams Modi Government; termed Agriculture Bills as 'East India Company rules'

New Delhi: Several organisations and political parties today announced India bandh against the agriculture bills. Press talks are being held in various states on behalf of the Congress party and the Modi government is being attacked. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi and other big leaders have lashed out at the Centre's agriculture bills. Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot once again attacked the Centre and said that farmers are on the streets today due to the policies of the Centre.

Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot said that due to the situation created by the NDA government, farmers across the country have been on the streets today. What is going to happen to the farmers is beyond imagination. The farmers are sensible, they understand what will benefit them and what not.  The Congress has alleged that three black laws of the Modi government have targeted farmers, farm, labourers, small shopkeepers, mandi people. The government is trying to write down the devastation of farmers and give the power of agriculture to rich businessmen.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said "Farmers and farm labourers have announced #BharatBandh across the country today. The Congress party, led by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, is firmly standing with the farmers and supports Bharat Bandh. But the Modi government is misleading the country.

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