Agriculture laws should be opposed not only for farmers but for future of India: Rahul Gandhi

Sep 29 2020 05:10 PM
Agriculture laws should be opposed not only for farmers but for future of India: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Former Congress national president and MP from Wayanad Lok Sabha constituency in Kerala, Rahul Gandhi attacked the government once again on Tuesday over the laws on agriculture, saying it will have to be opposed for india's future. Rahul Gandhi, during a digital dialogue with farmers, also claimed that these laws like demonetisation and GST are also aimed at weakening farmers and labourers.

In this digital dialogue, farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Bihar and many other states spoke about these laws. Rahul claimed, "It was said at the moment of demonetization that it was a war against black money. It was all a lie. The aim was to weaken the farmers-labourers". He said, "No money was given to farmers, labourers and the poor during the corona pandemic. Only, some of the biggest industrialists were given money. At the time of Corona, the income of these industrialists increased and the income of the farmers decreased. Even after that, the money was given to them."

Rahul Gandhi alleged that there is not much difference between these three laws and demonetisation and GST. The only difference is that the first axe was culled in your leg and now the chest has been stabbed". Rahul Gandhi further said, "I believe that these laws have to be opposed not for the farmers but for the future of the country. ''

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