When Annadata Farmers raises their voice, its echo is heard all over the country says Rahul Gandhi, appealed to help protesting farmer

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi
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Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi 

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The country's main opposition Congress on Monday launched a social media campaign supporting the farmers' movement in protest against the new agricultural laws at the centre.

New Delhi: The country's main opposition Congress on Monday launched a social media campaign supporting the farmers' movement in protest against the new agricultural laws at the centre. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that when our Annadata farmers raise their voice, this voice resonates throughout the country.

Rahul Gandhi wrote in a tweet, 'Modi government oppressed farmers. First brought black laws and then started the poles. But, he forgot that when the farmers raises their voice, this voice resonates throughout the country. He asked to Join the "speaks up for Farmers" campaign against exploitation with farmers.

In another tweet, he wrote, "The farmer of the country has come to Delhi against the black agricultural laws, leaving their home and farm, in wintertime." With whom do you stand in the battle of truth and untruth, Annadata Kisan or the capitalist friend of the Prime Minister? ' He said that if these laws are in the interest of farmers, then why are farmers on the streets?

He said, 'Patriotism is the defense of the power of the country. The power of the country is farmers. The question is why farmers are on the streets today? Why is he walking hundreds of kilometers towards Delhi? Narendra Modi says that the law is in the interest of the farmer. If this law is in the interest of the farmer, then why is the farmer not happy? '

Rahul Gandhi said, we have to stand with the power of the farmer. Congress workers and the general public should stand with these farmers wherever they are. They should be given food. They should help. "He said that these laws are for two-three friends of the Prime Minister, there are laws to steal from the farmer.

It is noteworthy that the farmers' protest against the agricultural law continued on Monday for the fifth day. The protesters today warned of blocking five routes leading to the national capital. The demand of these farmers is to withdraw the agricultural laws. At the same time, a heavy police force has also been deployed to control the situation.

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