What will be the solution in favor of farmers who say that the law is right: Rahul


Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has targeted the Modi government for increasing the income of farmers. Rahul Gandhi taunted that the promise was to double the income of the farmers.

Modi government increased income many times but Adani-Ambani did. Those who are giving the right to the black agricultural laws so far, will find a solution in favor of the farmers. He says that now it will be the matter of the farmer. Congress has demanded that all three laws be repealed immediately. The Prime Minister himself should talk to the delegation of farmers.

General Secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala, while holding a press conference on the farmers' movement, said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the government are conspiring with the farmers to justify the three black laws of grabbing agriculture. Conspiracy to hold agriculture in the chains of slavery led to lathi and tear gas being run. The farmers and the Congress will thwart the BJP conspiracy.

Surjewala said that today the Prime Minister of the country while insulting the agitating farmers throughout the country, justified the anti-black agricultural laws. When the Prime Minister of the country, instead of listening to 62 crore farmers, justifies the three anti-farming black laws of the capitalists, then who will give justice?

BJP's spokesperson and MP, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar call farmers 'terrorists'. A minister of Uttar Pradesh calls farmers 'Gundas'. The BJP government has registered 12 thousand FIRs against farmers coming to the capital of the country peacefully against the laws.

The Congress has demanded from the Modi government that all three should immediately declare to suspend anti-farming black laws. Announce the withdrawal of the unconditional return of all the 12 thousand cases filed against the farmers. The Prime Minister and the Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar publicly apologized for calling the farmers terrorists and filing false cases against them.