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'Mark my words,' centre will be forced to take back farm laws: Rahul Gandhi

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'Mark my words,' centre will be forced to take back farm laws: Rahul Gandhi

'Mark my words,' centre will be forced to take back farm laws: Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that Centre will be forced to take farm laws back.

He said, "Mark my words.

Take it from me.

The Government will be forced to take these laws (the three (Farm Laws), back.

Remember what I said," he said.

Gandhi visited Madurai to participate in Jallikattu celebrations.


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