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Farmers to herald downfall of Modi government – Rathore

Shimla, Nov. 27 – Congress President Kuldeep Singh Rathore accused the Haryana government of trying to suppress the voice of the farmers. Criticizing the central government for their anti-farmer policies he said that the farmers of the country have been forced to take to the streets to raise their voice. They have said that the farmer who is the food giver of mankind has become a victim of the oppressive policies of the government today.

Rathore has said that the farmers of the country are now united. Their voice can no longer be suppressed by the Modi government. He has said that the farmers of the country will now cause the downfall of this egoistic and dictatorial Modi government.

In a statement today, he strongly condemned the BJP government’s efforts to stop farmers from traveling to Delhi in support of their demands, saying that the government is violating the legal rights of the farmers. He said that it is unfortunate that in a free democratic country, the government is making efforts to re-enslave farmers today by enacting black laws of agriculture in India.

Rathore said that the farmers of the country are worried about their future today. The Center has completely ignored them.
He said that after the ultimatum of the farmers, their Delhi journey is not a wrong step. The farmers as well as the people of the country have the full statutory right to speak up and agitate against any decision of the government, which no one can take away. He has said that the anti-farmer face of the BJP has come out, while condemning the farmers for throwing lathicharge, teargas and water cannons.

Rathore has said that the farmers of the country are now united. Their voice can no longer be suppressed by the Modi government. He has said that the farmers of the country will now cause the downfall of this egoistic and dictatorial Modi government.

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