Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has said that the agricultural sector in this country belongs to India and not to industrialists. Prime Minister Modi told his two close friends about this agriculture business …
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has said that the agricultural sector in this country belongs to India and not to industrialists. He alleged that Prime Minister Modi wanted to hand over the agriculture business to two of his close friends. He was speaking at a farmers’ tractor rally in Rupan Nagar, Ajmer, Rajasthan on Saturday. “You are inviting foodgrains to the talks, but they will not come to the talks until the controversial agricultural laws are repealed,” he said, referring to industrialist Adani. “Agriculture is the biggest business in the country. It is a business worth Rs 40 lakh crore. 40 per cent of the population is dependent on this business. Modiji wants to hand it over to his two friends,” Rahul said. Rahul said that the industrialist had forty per cent food grains in the godown and that the second of the farmer laws was meant to give 80 to 90 per cent of the grains to this person.
He said that if the farmer laws were enforced, no young man in India would get a job. Meanwhile, Congress leader Sachin Pilot was also present at the rally.
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