The controversy over new agrarian reform laws is not taking its name. Today, former Congress President and current MP Rahul Gandhi held a press conference. In the press conference, Rahul Gandhi said that the central government wants to hand over the entire agricultural system of India to two-three industrialists.
But the farmer of India will not allow this to happen. Rahul Gandhi said that we are standing with the farmers. And till the farmers fight, we stand with them. Rahul Gandhi said that the Congress stood with the farmers even while implementing the Land Reforms Act and not now the Agrarian Reform Laws have been implemented. Still stands with farmers.
Rahul Gandhi said that only two-three industrialists are running this government together. In such a situation, it is necessary that the Congress party stands with them. Rahul Gandhi said that the youth of our India have to understand that, the present Government of India wants to hand over the agricultural system of India to the industrialists and make them unemployed. At the same time, he said that farmers of India are providing employment to about 60% of the population. Providing cheap food grains to them. But the central government does not want this. The central government wants two big industrialists of India to store the entire grain of India. And create monopoly.
Rahul Gandhi alleged that the Narendra Modi government has handed over almost every major industry in the country to private hands. He gave the example that all the departments including airport railways have been entrusted to private hands. Now the government wants the monopoly of these industrialists to be created in the agriculture sector too. But the farmer of India has understood this. Rahul Gandhi alleged that the central government is deliberately confusing the farmers. The central government will have to withdraw all three agrarian reform laws. We accept nothing less than this. Rahul Gandhi made another charge that the Narendra Modi government wants to exhaust the farmers. So that also return home. But India’s farmer is not tired.
Rahul Gandhi assured that the issue of agrarian reform laws will also be raised in the budget session.