Congress National General Secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala on December 28 informed that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is travelling on a short personal visit and will be back soon. "We have informed before also that Rahul Gandhi is travelling on a short personal visit and he will be among us very...
Indian National Congress General Secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala on January 11 slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Supreme Court's statement to Centre on farm laws. He said PM Modi to wake up and revoke the farm laws. He also said PM Modi to apologize to the farmers and countrymen. Te Apex Court on January 11 asked the Centre whether it would pause the three controversial laws at the core of massive farmer protests near Delhi, and suggested a committee for negotiations. Supreme Court's sharp remarks came during a hearing on petitions challenging the three farm laws and the farmer protest at the Delhi borders.
General Secretary of Indian National Congress Randeep Singh Surjewala slammed BJP-led Central government over farm bills. In a veiled attack at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that BJP is responsible for the deaths of farmers who died during the 'Delhi Chalo' protest at borders of national capital. Surjewala also said that PM Modi has never spoken a word for farmers who died during the protest.
"Why would we merge with Congress party, they are too small in West Bengal," said Vice-President of West Bengal All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) Saugata Roy on January 19. "Adhir Ranjan's party is too small in West Bengal. They won only 2 seats here in Lok Sabha elections, why would we merge with them? They (Congress) should fight BJP on their own. There is no question of joining hands with Congress. TMC can fight BJP alone," said Roy.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar slammed Congress over its booklet over farm laws 'kheti ka khoon teen kale kanoon' released by party leader Rahul Gandhi. He asked Congress is talking about 'kheti ka khoon' but what about bloodbath during the partition? "3,000 Sikhs were burnt alive in Delhi in 1984. Was it not bloodshed?...Lakhs of farmers died by suicide during Congress rule, was there no blood in their bodies?," Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi releases a booklet over the three farm laws of central government at the party headquarters in Delhi
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Rahul Gandhi lashed out at the Modi government over the three farm laws that have led to massive protests by farmers. The Congress leader alleged that the Modi government was working for the benefit of..
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