Rahul Gandhi on Farmers Issue: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday once again attacked the Narendra Modi government at the center, accusing him of being anti-farmer. The Congress leader wrote in his tweet that Modi ji promised to double the income of farmers. But the government is enacting black laws to exploit farmers and cultivators. In fact, the Congress party is an attacker on the proposed ordinances related to agriculture and farming by the earlier Modi government.
Let us tell you that since the central government has issued ordinances for improvement in agriculture sector. Since then, farmers have been protesting against this decision. There is anger among farmers since July. Rahul Gandhi tweeted in this list ….
Modi ji promised to double the income of farmers.
But the 'black' laws of the Modi government are being made to economically exploit the farmer-agricultural laborers.
This is a new form of 'Zamindari' and some 'friends' of Modi ji will be 'Zamindars' of New India.
Agriculture market has been reduced, food security of the country has been erased.
– Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 17, 2020
On September 10, there was a clash between farmers and police against these ordinances in Kurukshetra, Haryana, which was followed by lathicharge and stone pelting. The situation became such that the highway was jammed. Farmers say that due to the new ordinance, traders will force the farmers to sell the crop at low prices.
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Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had targeted the government for the data of a news report published in a media report. He said in his tweet that employment is the honor of the people, how long will the government back down from giving employment. He said in the tweet, "This is why the youth of the country are compelled to celebrate 'National Unemployment Day' today. Employment is respect. When will the government back down from giving this honor? '
According to the news that Rahul Gandhi cited, more than one crore people have registered for jobs on the government portal, but only 1.77 lakh jobs are available.
'If the government did not count, then did not death happen', Rahul Gandhi lashed out at the government