Centre will be required to reclaim farm laws: Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attends to the media at Madurai Airport on Thursday.
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The Central federal government will be required to take back the three farm laws, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi stated on Thursday.
Speaking with reporters at Madurai Airport, he said he would continue to support the farmers.
The Centre was trying to destroy the farmers in order to benefit two or three of their pals. “Mark my words … these laws … the Federal government will be forced to reclaim,” he said.
The Centre desires to take the land and produce of the farmers to provide them to their pals, he implicated.
Mentioning that the farmers are foundation of the country, Mr. Gandhi stated the nation can not succeed by reducing them. “Whenever the farmer is weak, the nation is weak,” he said.
The Congress leader alleged that the Centre did not assist the typical male of the nation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it is reducing the farmers to help some services. “Whose Prime Minister, are you? Are you the Prime Minister of the individuals of India or two-three business owners?” he asked.
Mr. Gandhi likewise questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence on the Chinese soldiers allegedly being in Indian area.
‘ Jallikattu is safe’
After seeing Jallikattu– the bull-taming event arranged in connection with Pongal celebrations– at Avaniyapuram, Mr. Gandhi said that he was offered an impression that Jallikattu is harmful to the bulls. He said he was encouraged that there was no opportunity for the bulls to get injured. “If at all somebody is getting injured, it is the boys (bull-tamers),” he included.
A few of the modifications generated the conduct of the event, has made it more secure, he stated.
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