Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi Govt, says 'Agricultural Bill is death decree to farmers'

Congress president Rahul Gandhi, who has attacked the Modi government on every issue, has targeted the government. He has called the Agricultural bill a death decree for farmers.

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Published on 28 Sep 2020 8:59 AM GMT

Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi Govt, says Agricultural Bill is death decree to farmers
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New Delhi: President Ramnath Kovind has signed the Agriculture Bill passed by both houses of Parliament by the Central Government. It has now become law. Protests are continuing across the country against these laws. Meanwhile, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi, who has attacked the Modi government on every issue, has targeted the government. He has called the Agricultural bill a death decree for farmers.

Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi Govt, says 'Agricultural Bill is death decree to farmers'

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Death sentence to farmers: Rahul

He shared a news related to the uproar during the passage of these Bills in the Rajya Sabha, tweeting, 'Agricultural laws are death decrees for our farmers. His voice was suppressed both in Parliament and outside. Here is the proof that democracy has ended in India.

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Protest against Farm Bills:

The opposition of farmers and opposition parties did not stop when the Modi government brought the Agriculture Act. After the Rail Stop campaign and Bharat Bandh, Congress workers in Delhi today took to the road and staged a massive protest.

Angry activists set fire to a tractor in Rajpath in the national capital, protesting against the agricultural bill.

Youth Congress activists set tractor on fire:

In fact, this morning, Congress workers reached Rajpath with a tractor and near India Gate, they set the tractor on fire, protesting against the Agriculture Bill. However, the traffic police and fire brigade rushed to the spot immediately and the fire was controlled.

Seeing the police, the Congress workers escaped from the spot. Police has started investigation in this matter. Through CCTV, people are being identified who set fire to the middle road in the tractor.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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