Rahul Gandhi holds tractor rally in support of farmers in Kerala, slams Modi government

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-02-22 15:49:17 IST

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Former Congress president and MP from Wayanad, Kerala, Rahul Gandhi today took out a tractor rally in support of farmers in Wayanad. During this time he drove a tractor himself. During this, he lashed out at the Modi government.

Former Congress president and MP from Wayanad, Kerala, Rahul Gandhi took out a tractor rally in Kerala today. Rahul Gandhi is on a three-day tour of Kerala and Tamil Nadu ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. On the first day of this tour, Rahul took out a tractor rally in support of the farmers. During this time Rahul Gandhi himself drove a tractor. During this time, Rahul Gandhi has strongly targeted the Modi government.

Rage on agricultural laws

During this, he said about the farmer movement that the whole world can see the hardship faced by Indian farmers, but the government sitting in Delhi is unable to understand the pain of farmers. He said that we have pop stars who are commenting on the status of farmers, but the Indian government is not interested.

Targeting Rahul Gandhi, he said that he will not withdraw these 3 new (agricultural) laws until they are forced. The reason is that these 3 laws are designed to destroy the agricultural system in India and give full business to 2-3 friends of PM Narendra Modi.

Rahul Gandhi also said that agriculture is the only business that belongs to Mother India. Every other business belongs to someone. Some people want to own this business and these three agricultural laws are designed for 2-3 people to control Indian agriculture and control farmers.

During this, Rahul Gandhi said that in his Parliament speech I said in Hindi, 'Hum do hamare do'. Two people in the government are partnering with two people outside the government.

On a two-day tour of Kerala, Rahul Gandhi arrived at the CMC Convent School at Kenichira in Kalipetta. He held long talks with the staff here and unveiled the Mahatma Gandhi statue. He then reached a tractor rally to show solidarity to the farmers. Rahul Gandhi will go to Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday. He will inaugurate a cancer detection and treatment center here. Let us know that there are assembly elections in Kerala in May.

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