Big news App
भारत

Modi Government Is Continuously Attacking Farmers For 6 Years : Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi : Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is traveling to Haryana and holding tractor rallies against the recently implemented agriculture laws. Addressing everyone, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said, ‘Law has been made. Bills have been passed in Parliament. But who says those laws cannot be amended. I request Rahul ji to abolish these black laws when he becomes PM with majority in Lok Sabha.’

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh addressed a public meeting at the ‘Kheti Bachao Yatra’ in Sangrur, Haryana.

Addressing the rally, Rahul Gandhi said, “These three laws are made to snatch away the freedom of India, these laws are not only against farmers, laborers, small shopkeepers but against the whole of India and hence the Congress party will not back down.”

Addressing the rally, Rahul Gandhi said, ‘For six years, Narendra Modi has been in power in Delhi and for six years this government has been attacking the poor, laborers and farmers one after another. They do not have a single policy to benefit the poor people, their policy is made for their 3-4 chosen friends.’

A meeting of the Haryana unit of Congress was held in Delhi to take stock of the preparations for the visit of the former Congress president, which was attended by party MLAs and senior leaders. Haryana Congress in-charge Vivek Bansal, State President Kumari Shailja, Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda and senior leaders Kiran Chaudhary and Ajay Singh Yadav attended the meeting.

Shailaja said, Rahul Gandhi’s rally will prove to be a milestone in the farmers’ fight. On the first day, their rally will enter the Punjab border in Pehowa, Haryana. He will address a public meeting in Pehowa. After this Rahul Gandhi will go to Kurukshetra and stay there for one night. The next morning his journey will begin from Pipli Mandi, from where he will go to Nilokheri. After this he will go to Karnal, from where the tractor rally will start.

download bignews app
Follow us on google news
Follow us on google news

Related Articles

Back to top button