BJP will bring back 3 farm laws after 5 Assembly Polls: Surjewala

BJP will bring back 3 farm laws after 5 Assembly Polls: Surjewala

BJP will bring back 3 farm laws after 5 Assembly Polls: Surjewala

Refers to Agriculture Minister statement made in Maharashtra

New Delhi, Dec. 25 (Delhi Crown): The BJP-led Centre Government will bring again the three farm laws which were repealed on Nov. 17 by Prime Minister himself after one-year-long agitation by farmers, said Congress spokesman Randeep Surjewala on Saturday.

Addressing journalists at regular press briefing in New Delhi, Surjewala alleged that the Centre Government had withdrawn the three farm laws only to win the ensuing Assembly elections in the five states, including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur.

Surjewala was referring to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar’s statement made in Maharashtra saying – “the Centre had only moved one step backward, but will again move ahead.”

“Narendra Tomar said the Government has only taken one step backward and they will now move ahead. Meaning thereby that after the elections to UP, Uttarakhand and Punjab and other assemblies through the back door, these laws will be brought back to impinge upon the rights of the farmers and to barter and sale agriculture at the altar of the capitalist friends of the BJP,” said the Congress spokesman.

He further stated – “We call upon India’s farmers on behalf of Congress, we call upon all fellow Indians, all 140 crore fellow Indians that the only way to stop the diabolical conspiracy of the Modi Government from bringing back the three anti-agriculture farm laws is to decisively defeat the BJP in UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab and other assembly elections, so that a lesson is taught to the crony capitalists driven BJP government, Modi government at the Centre that they cannot annihilate the rights of 62 crore farmers of India.”

Surjewala said that the “concerted conspiracy” to bring back the three anti-agriculture farm laws now stands exposed once again by the statement made by none less than the Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar.

“Perceiving defeat in the ensuing elections to five state assemblies including UP, Uttarakhand and Punjab, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had apologized and had repealed the three black laws in Parliament. Even then we have suspected the intent of the Prime Minister, the BJP and the RSS and the Modi Government, and we had called it a mere election stunt in view of the imminent defeat in the assembly elections.”

On the occasion, Surjewala also recalled the similar statements made Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra and Unnao MP Sakshi Maharaj.

“Narendra Tomar has fortified the conspiracy being hatched by Modi Government to bring back the three anti-farmer laws after the completion of the five elections to the five assemblies in the states,” Surjewala told media persons.

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