Priyanka Gandhi targets Modi government over not calling Parliament winter session

New Delhi: The farmers' agitation against agricultural laws brought by the Center continues today. The National General Secretary of Congress Party Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has attacked the Modi government for the alleged suicide of farmer Sant Baba Ram Singh. She alleged that not calling a parliament session to discuss agricultural laws shows the arrogance and insensitivity of the government. The winter session of Parliament will not be due to the corona epidemic this time.

Priyanka Gandhi wrote in a tweet, "In the middle of the Corona period, the BJP government passed the agricultural laws made for billionaire friends but on the demand of the farmers, despite the martyrdom of 11 farmers and the suicide of Baba Ram Singh, Parliament cannot open to discuss peasant laws. So much ego and insensitivity. '

Earlier, the Congress attacked the government over the alleged suicide of Baba Ram Singh, a Sikh saint near the protest venue of farmers near Delhi, and said that they should withdraw their insistence and immediately withdraw the 'anti-agriculture' laws. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "Saint Baba Ram Singh Ji of Karnal committed suicide after seeing the plight of the farmers. My condolences and tribute in this hour of grief."

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