Farmers Rally Violence: Congress targets central government, says Amit Shah responsible for Delhi violence – Kisan Rally violence


Randeep Surjewala said, now the government is ‘deceitfully’ removing the farmer movement

new Delhi:

Kisan Rally Violence: organized by farmer organizations on Republic Day Violence during Tractor Rally In this case, the Congress Party (Congress) has launched a scathing attack on the central government led by Narendra Modi and its home minister Amit Shah. Congress Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala on Wednesday said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah is directly responsible for the violence in Delhi and PM Modi should sack him. Surjewala said that the ‘mob’ was allowed to enter the Red Fort and the police continued to sit on the chair. The presence of Modi-Shah’s ‘disciple’ Deep Sandhu is shocking. The Congress Spokesperson said, ‘If the government could not remove the farmer movement by force, then it is beginning to defraud it. The policy of Modi and Shah government is – first harass, then weary meeting-by-meeting, then divide, then discredit and drive away.

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Surjewala asked, how can 40-50 tractors and Huddangi enter the Red Fort? How was Deep Sandhu leading them? He said that the responsibility of not stopping the violence and violence is not the farmers but the government. He said that the Red Fort is a symbol of our independence. It is acceptable for the farmers and the poor, so how can 500-700 violent elements forcefully enter the Red Fort? Who allowed Deepak Sidhu, Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah to take photographs and share with him and his supporters to the Red Fort? Didn’t it clearly show that the police were sitting watching the spectacle and TV cameras were facing the ramparts of the Red Fort?

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According to the Congress Spokesperson, according to farmers, till Tuesday, more than 178 farmers died during this movement. In such a situation, the question arises that if the farmers had to commit violence then why would they sit on the borders of Delhi in lakhs in a bitter winter for 63 days? He said that this is the first time in 73 years of independence, when a government failed miserably to protect a national heritage like Red Fort. Under the conspiracy in the name of farmers, some miscreants were allowed to enter the Red Fort and the Delhi Police continued to sit on chairs.


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