Rahul Gandhi-BJP, who spoke to the farmers, stood with the British, opposition to new agricultural laws is necessary

Rahul Gandhi today talked to many farmers about this bill (Farmers Bill 2020). Rahul once again opposed the agricultural law and called it the law of the British. He said that he would not understand this thing, these people were standing with the British.

Farmers’ protests against agricultural laws (Farmers Bill 2020) continue. The farmers have now decided to continue their agitation till 2 October. Meanwhile, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi talked to farmers today on a virtual format regarding agricultural laws.

Rahul once again opposed the agricultural law and called it the law of the British. He said that the BJP people were standing with the British.

A farmer from Maharashtra told Rahul Gandhi that Mahatma Gandhi made several movements to fight the British, today Mahatma Gandhi would have opposed this law if he were alive.

Rahul Gandhi said on this, ‘There is no difference between the three agricultural laws, demonetization and GST. First, he got an ax in the leg and now a heart injury. The government will not understand this thing. These people were standing with the British.

In this conversation, farmers told Rahul Gandhi that there is no trust in the trust given to the minimum support price (MSP).

This law will only benefit the rich. On this, Rahul asked what is the worst in this law, on which the farmer said that if he has to do well then why do not bring MSP. Farmers said that will Adani-Ambani buy directly from farmers?

A farmer told Rahul that earlier there was East India Company and now this corporate company will come. Rahul questioned a farmer that PM Modi has promised MSP, to which the farmer said that he is not obeying them.

At the same time, a farmer from Bihar said that the 2006 law should be implemented again. Rahul said that when I fought the battle of Bhatta Parsaul, I was attacked.

The farmers’ rail roko movement started on 24 September after the agriculture bill was passed by the Lok Sabha and then the Rajya Sabha. Farmers in other states, including Punjab and Haryana, believe that with this law, the entire work of procurement will be handed over to companies and the MSP system will end.

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