Government must shed arrogance, repeal farm laws: Rahul Gandhi
Tuesday, 5 January 2021 The government should shed its arrogance and repeal the agriculture laws against which farmers are protesting, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said on Tuesday. He also accused the Modi government of apathy towards the death of "over 60 farmers". "The Modi government's apathy and arrogance have claimed the lives of over 60 farmers. Farmers are protesting against the three farm laws passed last year in Parliament and are demanding their withdrawal.
Farmers protesting against the new Central agriculture laws deferred their proposed tractor march from January 6 to January 7 due to a bad weather forecast. The national capital has been receiving intermittent rains for the past three days. The unions said the agitation against the three agriculture...
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