Modi government, which was not ashamed of the death of 60 farmers, is now embarrassed by the tractor rally: Rahul Gandhi

The Supreme Court has given a major verdict yesterday against the three agricultural laws brought by the central government. All three agricultural laws have been banned until further orders by the Supreme Court.

But despite the order of the Supreme Court, the farmers have refused to stop the movement.

Today is the 50th day of the farmers movement. In fact, more than 60 farmers have lost their lives in this farmer movement that has been going on for the past one and a half months. In northern India, in the harsh winter, farmers are fighting vigorously for their rights.

Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi Govt

In this episode, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party. He wrote on Twitter that “The Modi government has not been ashamed of the martyrdom of more than 60 Annadata but they are embarrassed by the tractor rally!”

In fact, the Central Government has filed a petition in the Supreme Court to prohibit the withdrawal of the proposed tractor march by the farmers organizations on January 26.

In the petition, the central government has said that the country may have to face embarrassment by taking out such marches to disrupt the celebration of Republic Day.

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Significantly, the opposition parties have expressed concern many times before about the farmers dying in the farmers movement. Rahul Gandhi has already been taking the side of farmers in protest against the agricultural laws brought by the BJP Govt.

Along with this, the farmer agitators have announced to protest by burning copies of agricultural laws on the occasion of Lohri.

With this, the farmers’ organizations say that they will not appear before the committee set up by the Supreme Court. This is a trick of the government. Due to which efforts are being made to stop the FARMERS movement.

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