Rahul Gandhi targets Modi Govt, says PM helps his crony capitalist Friends

This is not the first time Rahul Gandhi has targeted the Modi government. Rahul Gandhi is a constant attacker on the Modi government regarding the farmer movement and is presenting his words.

Rahul Gandhi (File Photo)

Rahul Gandhi (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: Former Congress president and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi has once again targeted the Modi government. Rahul Gandhi has tweeted and accused the Modi government of grabbing the capital of farmers.

Mr Gandhi tweeted that the Modi government, which has forgiven the debt of 8,75,000 crore of its suit-booted friends, is engaged in clearing the capital of the donors.

Rahul Gandhi targets Modi Govt:

This is not the first time Rahul Gandhi has targeted the Modi government. Rahul Gandhi is a constant attacker on the Modi government regarding the farmer movement and is presenting his words by tweeting or making statements daily. For almost a month, farmers have been sitting on a dharna to repeal agricultural laws.

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Earlier, Rahul Gandhi has even said that the Prime Minister does not respect the farmers of the country and wants to make the farmers tired only by talking repeatedly. Rahul Gandhi had claimed that Narendra Modi may be the Prime Minister of the country but his remote control is in the hands of some capitalists.

Congress will not back down until law is withdrawn

Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka participated in the Congress protests held near the residence of the Lieutenant Governor against agricultural laws. On this occasion, Rahul Gandhi had said that the Congress stands with the farmers. The government will have to withdraw these three laws. The Congress is not going to back down till the government withdraws this law. ”

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Petitions filed for the farmers’ tractor march are being heard in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court says that the police has to decide on permission to perform at Ramlila Maidan. The court said that the police will decide how many people will come to the city.

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