New Delhi: Farmers’ protests against agricultural laws in India have come to a head, with protesters threatening to blockade the Indian Parliament if their demands are not met. Rahul Gandhi also staged a tractor rally.

According to details, nationwide protests against the oppressive laws of the Modi government in India are intensifying. Angry farmers announced a siege of Parliament on March 8.

Rahul Gandhi staged a tractor rally with farmers
PC: Indian Media

In this regard, millions of people in the Indian Punjab today protested against the government. On this occasion, the farmers’ leaders announced that the parliament would be cordoned off on March 8. In the Indian state of Haryana, farmers also destroyed ready-made crops in protest.

Besides, former Congress president and leader Rahul Gandhi is visiting his constituency of Wynad today. Meanwhile, they staged a tractor rally with farmers protesting against agricultural laws.

During this time he drove the tractor himself. Other Congress leaders were also present on the occasion. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had sharply criticized the Modi government, saying that the BJP’s idea was to empower the powerful while our idea was to empower the weak.

“We believe in taking everyone along for the development of the country. We believe in non-violence, kindness, dialogue and listening to everyone,” he said.

It should be noted that since November 26, 2020, a series of sit-ins and demonstrations have been going on in India against the controversial agricultural laws. In which millions of farmers have participated. The Modi government had passed three new agricultural laws in September last year.

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