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Centre Cussed, Not Prepared To Hear To Farmers, Says Ashok Gehlot

Centre Stubborn, Not Ready To Listen To Farmers, Says Ashok Gehlot

“Governments usually are not meant to be cussed,” Ashok Gehlot mentioned (Fiile)


Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday accused the Centre of being cussed, saying it isn’t able to hearken to farmers protesting towards its contentious farm legal guidelines in harsh climate for the previous three months.

Addressing farmers” “mahapanchayats” in Dungargarh of Bikaner and Chittorgarh’s Matrikundia, Mr Gehlot mentioned the best way the Union authorities is behaving is shameful.

Protests needs to be there in a democracy however the Union authorities is cussed and never able to hearken to the farmers protesting for the previous 90-days in excessive climate circumstances, he mentioned.

Mr Gehlot requested how these within the authorities can sleep when farmers are protesting whereas going through hardships.

Mr Gehlot additionally alleged that democracy within the nation is underneath menace with the CBI, Enforcement Directorate, Earnings Tax Division and different companies working underneath stress.

“What is going on is actually unhappy. Journalists and activists are being arrested. We’ve seen many governments however that is taking place for the primary time. Governments usually are not meant to be cussed,” he mentioned.

Concentrating on the previous BJP authorities in Rajasthan, Mr Gehlot mentioned over 80 folks had been killed in firing incidents throughout totally different protests, together with the Gurjar agitation, throughout its rule however within the Congress rule, not a single baton cost happened.

He mentioned the state authorities introduced payments to counter the three farm legal guidelines however the Governor has not forwarded these to the President.

He additionally mentioned that the federal government has waived farmers’ loans and appealed to folks to vote for the event work carried out by his celebration within the upcoming bypolls to 4 Meeting seats.

Former deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot too mentioned within the Matrikundiya rally that the Congress Social gathering has all the time labored within the curiosity of farmers and was standing by them.

“The centre desires to impose the legal guidelines on farmers. The prime minister isn’t able to hearken to farmers. The legal guidelines made by the Centre usually are not solely towards farmers but in addition towards the widespread man,” he mentioned.

Mr Pilot mentioned the federal government desires to shut all mandis. “By these legal guidelines, farmers will turn into labourers on their very own land,” he mentioned.

The previous deputy Chief Minister additionally praised the state Finances and requested folks to vote for the Congress within the bypolls.

“The state funds is superb and the Opposition is left with nothing to say towards us,” he mentioned.

Mr Pilot additionally hit out on the BJP-led Union authorities over rising gas costs. “The value of petrol is Rs 100, cylinder is being offered at Rs 800 and unemployment is at peak,” he mentioned.

AICC common secretary Ajay Maken and state Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasra additionally addressed the rallies, through which the Congress put up a united face with Gehlot and Pilot in presence forward of the Meeting bypolls to 4 seats.

It was in July final yr that Mr Pilot had revolted towards Mr Gehlot, leading to a political disaster within the state. It’s the first time after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections that each leaders travelled by air collectively.

Mr Maken and Mr Dotasra additionally shared the photograph of all of the 4 sitting in a chopper on Twitter.

With the “mahapanchayats” on Saturday, the Congress launched the celebration’s marketing campaign for bypolls to Sujangarh (Churu), Sahada (Bhilwara), Vallabhnagar (Udaipur) and Rajsamand meeting seats.

Whereas the Dungargarh rally was near the Sujangarh constituency, the rally in Matrikundiya was close to the remainder of the three constituencies.

At current, the ruling Congress has 104 MLAs and the BJP 71 within the 200-member Meeting.

13 MLAs are Independents whereas the RLP has 3, BTP 2, CPI (M) 2 and the RLD 1.

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