New Delhi. The Congress has said that by enacting three anti-farmer laws, the government has put the country’s food at the mercy of big industrialists and in the face of widespread opposition from farmers across the country, these laws should be repealed.
On Sunday, Haryana Pradesh Congress president Kumari Selja and Punjab Congress president Sunil Jakhar said the Modi government should reconsider the laws in the interest of farmers. He said that in view of the anti-peasant policy of the BJP, all the allies of the BJP alliance should come out of the alliance.
Salza said his party had opposed three anti-farmer bills from the beginning because they conspired to put the interests of the farmers at the mercy of the big industrialists but Congress could not tolerate it and so the movement against it would be accelerated.
Sayalja accused the Akali Dal of making the drama and said that he was pretending to break away from the Bharatiya Janata Party alliance after seeing the opposition of the farmers even though he had to leave the alliance earlier. He called on other alliance parties to leave the BJP in the interest of the farmers.
Sunil Jakhar said that the BJP government deliberately wanted to enslave the peasantry and enslave him by taking away his freedom. Farmers in Punjab have taken to the streets to protest against the three laws.
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