Following farmers protest in MP, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi hasn’t reached to Mandsaur district on Thursday in MP to meet the kins of farmers lost lives allegedly in police gunfire. He was detained on way to violence hit Mandsaur area of MP.
The police officials directed earlier that Rahul Gandhi will not be permitted to enter the district. While, MP Home Minister HM Bhupendra Singh earlier refused the allegation of farmers’ death due to police gunfire.
“This has been established in the probe,” Singh said. Neemuch SP Manoj Kumar Singh stated on Thursday that Rahul will not be permitted to go to Mandsaur.
“Agriculturists of MP are peace-adoring. They don’t enjoy brutal exercises. There is a connivance behind this whole episode. The individuals who don’t need peace and flourishing in the state and can not see the BJP government working easily is behind this episode,” Rural Development Minister Narender Singh Tomar expressed.
“The BJP has nearly been acting like a scourge of death for Indian ranchers, truly – not metaphorically. Bothered ranchers are seen by unfeeling BJP for all intents and purposes as grain for opening flame upon,” Congress representative Abhishek Singhvi stated.
Congress party targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his silence on the matter. “Despite much ‘hoopla’ about starting ‘Kisan DD Channel’, Mr Prime Minister – did this Kisan Channel show this Mandsaur incident?” Singhvi stated.
MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan declared a reward of Rs. 1 crore to the families of those died in the clashes. The protest was started by the farmers from June 1. They ordered loan waiver and good crop prices from the government.
The protest took place in Mandsaur and nearby areas of Neemuch district on Wednesday. It will get extend to Dewas, Ujjain, Sehore and Barwani areas.