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Rahul accuses Modi government of conducting raids against farmers

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday used three popular Hindi idioms to target the government and accused him of raiding those who are pro-farmer.

A day after the income tax raids on the homes and offices of Bollywood actor Taapsee Pannu, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and others, Mr. Gandhi used the hashtag ‘ModiRaidsProFarmers' with his tweet in Hindi to sarcasm at the government.

In front of three popular Hindi idioms – ‘Aalgyon pe Nachna', ‘Bhigi Billi Banana' and ‘Khisiyani Billi Khamba Neche' – Mr Gandhi said what he believed he meant in the context.

In his three covert attacks, he alleged that the central government dances the Income Tax Department to its tune, bends before the friendly media center and the central government kills those supporting the farmers.

Pannu and Kashyap, as well as their partners who launched the now-defunct production house Phantom Films, ran 30 locations in Mumbai and Pune. Authorities said they were part of a tax evasion investigation against Phantom Films.

Both Pannu and Kashyap, known to be vocal in their views on a range of issues, were shooting in Pune and are believed to have been interrogated by tax sleuths as part of preliminary inquiries to be held during the raid. was.

The raids include Reliance Entertainment Group CEO Shibhashish Sarkar and some executives of celebrity and talent management companies covering KWAN and Ex.

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