On March 6, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attacked the Center over farmers' protests and said that on the borders of Delhi, there were spikes for those whose sons risk their lives on the country's borders.
After entering the 100th day of the peasants' movement, Mr. Gandhi was attacked by protesting union leaders, saying that their movement was too far away and that they were “getting stronger”.
In a tweet in Hindi, Mr. Gandhi said, “For those whose sons risk their lives on the borders of the country, nails have been put on the borders of Delhi. Annadata demands their rights, the government commits atrocities. “Congress leaders are supporting the farmers' protest against the three central agricultural laws and have attacked the government on several occasions.
Farmers, mostly in Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been camping at several Delhi border points, including Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur, since November 28, to completely repeal three farm laws and legalize minimum support prices. Demand for a guarantee. (MSP) for their crops.
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The government has denied allegations that it was trying to end the MSP and Mandi system. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also assured the farmers that the MSP will continue.
Farmer leaders have already made it clear that they will do nothing for less than the repeal of the new agricultural laws.