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‘Doesn’t even know farming’: Shivraj’s jibe at Rahul Gandhi over tractor rally

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‘Doesn’t even know farming’: Shivraj’s jibe at Rahul Gandhi over tractor rally

‘Doesn’t even know farming’: Shivraj’s jibe at Rahul Gandhi over tractor rally

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan slammed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over the latter’s recent tractor rally in Punjab and Haryana.

Mocking Rahul, Chouhan said the Congress leader doesn’t even know if onions are grown inside or outside the land.

Chouhan took a jibe at Congress in Madhya Pradesh.

The MP CM said Congress stopped all the schemes which were running under BJP government.

Chouhan said the Congress betrayed farmers over the farm loan waivers promise.

Watch the full video for more details.


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