- Today 49th day of the peasant movement
- Demand for withdrawal of new agricultural laws
- Rahul Gandhi attacked Modi government
Today is the 49th day of the Farmers Protest. Farmers of many states, including Punjab, are stuck on the Delhi border, demanding the return of new agricultural laws. Opposition parties are constantly standing shoulder to shoulder with the farmers. So far more than 60 farmers have died during the movement. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi is an attacker on the Modi government on the issue of farmer movement. Some time before now, he has once again tweeted and targeted the center.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, ‘Modi government was not embarrassed by the martyrdom of more than 60 Annadata but they are embarrassed by the tractor rally.’ Rahul Gandhi said in another tweet, ‘Can justice be expected from those who have written support for anti-agricultural laws. This struggle will continue till the end of anti-farmer laws. Jai jawan jai kisan.’
The Modi government was not embarrassed by the martyrdom of more than 60 Annadata but they are embarrassed by the tractor rally!
– Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) January 13, 2021
It is noteworthy that the Supreme Court on Tuesday intended to end the impasse between the government and the farmers’ organizations that are protesting on the boundaries of Delhi with three new agricultural laws, and withholding the implementation of these laws till further orders on Tuesday. A four-member committee was formed to look into the problems.
Rahul Gandhi’s attack on Modi government regarding agricultural laws – ‘Annadata understands your intentions’
After hearing all the parties, a bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian, headed the Indian Farmers Union President Bhupinder Singh Mann, Chairman of Shetkari Sangathan, Anil Ghanwat, Director of International Food Policy and Research Institute. (South Asia) has announced the names of Dr. Pramod Joshi and agricultural economist Ashok Gulati.
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