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Rahul Gandhi Says Farmers Don’t Trust Modi, Shares Online Survey on Why PM Isn’t Repealing Farm Laws

File picture of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi throughout a protest towards farm legal guidelines.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi mentioned farmers don’t belief Prime Minister Narendra Modi resulting from his lengthy historical past of “asatyagraha” and shared a web-based survey asking individuals why the PM was not repealing the farm legal guidelines.

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  • Final Up to date: December 30, 2020, 19:32 IST
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Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday alleged that farmers don’t belief Prime Minister Narendra Modi resulting from his lengthy historical past of “asatyagraha” and shared a web-based survey asking individuals why the PM was not repealing the farm legal guidelines. “’15 lakh in each checking account and a pair of crore jobs yearly’, ‘Give me 50 days time, else…’, ‘We are going to win battle towards corona in 21 days’, ‘Neither has anybody intruded into our territory nor took over any publish’. Farmers do not belief Modi ji resulting from his lengthy historical past of ‘asatyagraha’,” he mentioned in a tweet.

The previous Congress president additionally shared the web survey, asking, “Mr Modi is refusing to repeal the anti-farmer legal guidelines as a result of he’s:” and gave the choices “anti-farmer”, “run by crony capitalists”, “conceited” or “all the above”. Gandhi is presently overseas visiting an ailing relative and likewise assembly his maternal grandmother.

Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala alleged in a tweet mentioned that duping and deceiving farmers was the “new regular”. “Dupe and deceive the Anndata is the ‘new regular’ in India as complicit BJP governments look sideways. Tragedy is that they nonetheless shamelessly bat for the ‘three black legal guidelines’ as a bit of media applauds them. Let each Indian rise and query,” he mentioned.

The Congress has been demanding a repeal of the three farm legal guidelines and have supported the farmers agitation towards the legislations.

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