The Central authorities will be forced to take back the three farm legal guidelines, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi stated on Thursday.
Talking to reporters at Madurai Airport, he stated he would proceed to help the farmers.
The Centre was making an attempt to destroy the farmers so as to profit two or three of their pals. “Mark my words … these laws … the Government will be forced to take back,” he stated.
The Centre needs to take the land and produce of the farmers to give them to their pals, he accused.
Stating that the farmers are spine of the nation, Mr. Gandhi stated the nation can’t prosper by suppressing them. “Whenever the farmer is weak, the country is weak,” he stated.
The Congress chief alleged that the Centre didn’t assist the widespread man of the nation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it’s suppressing the farmers to assist some companies. “Whose Prime Minister, are you? Are you the Prime Minister of the people of India or two-three businessmen?” he requested.
Mr. Gandhi additionally questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence on the Chinese troops allegedly sitting in Indian territory.
‘Jallikattu is safe’
After watching Jallikattu — the bull-taming occasion organised in reference to Pongal celebrations — at Avaniyapuram, Mr. Gandhi stated that he was given an impression that Jallikattu is dangerous to the bulls. He stated he was satisfied that there was no probability for the bulls to get injured. “If at all someone is getting injured, it is the young men (bull-tamers),” he added.
Some of the adjustments introduced within the conduct of the occasion, has made it safer, he stated.