India’s integrity is being challenged by placing gun on the shoulders of farmers: CM Yogi

• Leaders of opposing parties want to dent India’s security.

• We do not accept compromises with national interests.

new Delhi. The farmer movement has been gaining momentum with regard to agricultural laws. With this, there was an escalation with the government. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given a big statement about the peasant movement. Taking a dig at the leaders of opposition parties, he said that the unity and integrity of India is being challenged by placing a gun on the shoulders of farmers. The task of putting a gun on the shoulders of the farmer brothers is being made to dent the security of the country. This may not be acceptable.

Congress did nothing in 60 years Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary has said that we are in touch with farmers and their representatives. I hope to have an upcoming meeting with the farmers soon. He said that if the farmer goes ahead two steps, then the government will move two steps. Only then will it be solved. He said that Congress spent only 60 years doing politics. Even today, Congress leaders want to move forward using the shoulders of farmers.

Congress besieges Modi government amid Kisan Andolan, Rahul Gandhi and Sibal asked questions to PM Modi

Congress targets Modi government amid Kisan Andolan Rahul Gandhi asked PM Modi, how long will farmers have to sacrifice Randeep Surjewala and Kapil Sibal asked questions to PM Modi new Delhi. The farmers’ protest against the new agricultural laws (Farm Bill) continues on the 17th day. Even after several rounds of talks between the government and the farmer, no results have been found so far. At the same time, farmers have made their performance more fierce. Highways are being blocked at many places along the Delhi border. Meanwhile, the Congress (Congress) has once again surrounded the Modi government. While Rahul Gandhi has questioned PM Modi about the case of the death of 11 farmers during the farmers’ movement, senior Congress leader and lawyer Kapil Sibal has questioned PM Modi. RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat arrives in Bengal before Amit Shah, will do this work for two daysFormer Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said that the government is not ready to listen to the farmers forced to agitate despite the fierce cold, so it should tell how much the farmers have to pay. Rahul’s question: Rahul asked PM Modi- ‘How many more sacrifices would have to be made to our peasant brothers to remove the agricultural laws.’Surjewala said – PM stands with his moneylenders On the other hand, Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said, despite the martyrdom of 11 farmer brothers in the last 17 days, the heart of the autocratic Modi government did not budge. Why does he still stand with his moneylenders, not with the donors. Surjewala’s question: The country wants to know- ‘Rajdharma’ is big or ‘Rajhath’ is the peasant movement.


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