Sachin Pilot says, "Gandhian way will force central government to withdraw law"

Congress leader Sachin Pilot on Saturday targeted the central government over the farmer movement. In fact, in his statement, Sachin Pilot said, "I am so sorry that pride and arrogance are so much that no one is willing to sympathize with the martyrdom of farmers." Rahul Gandhi has given the message that we will further activate this movement in times to come. At the same time, the Gandhians will force the Central Government to withdraw the law.”

Indeed, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi held a tractor rally in Rupangarh on the second day of his visit on Saturday. During this rally, he drove a tractor. At the same time, hundreds of farmers attended this rally. During this time, Rahul Gandhi addressed the farmers from the platform prepared as a tractor trolley. Addressing the rally wearing a Rajasthani safa (turban), he said, ''The implementation of the three agricultural laws will cause economic loss to farmers as well as street vendors, small traders, and other workers. Modi ji says that he wants to talk to the farmers. But what does he want to talk about? They should first withdraw the laws and talk to all the farmers of the country. You are looting farmers' houses and trying to snatch them. His authority is being given to 'Hum Do Hamare Do'."

AICC General Secretary Ajay Maken and former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot were also present in this rally. Later, he went to Makrana in Ajmer where he said, “In the time of the covid-19 epidemic, people asked for a rail and bus ticket from Modi. However, Modi did not pay even one rupee. But at the same time, he waived his industrialist friends' debt of Rs 1,50,000 crore."

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