On the issue of farmers, SP President Akhilesh Yadav attacked the central government fiercely. He said that when farmers do not want this law, why does the government not withdraw it?
New Delhi: Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav is in support of the farmers movement. They are constantly pressurizing the government to withdraw the agricultural law. Meanwhile, the SP chief has targeted the statement made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the movement. He reacted to being called ‘agitator’ and said, “Now, those who are going to the house to collect donations, are they not members of the Chandaji organization”?
Akhilesh lashed out at the government
Speaking in the Lok Sabha, Akhilesh Yadav questioned the government’s policies regarding agricultural legislation. While speaking in the House, the SP chief said that the government says that “the law is for the farmers, and when the farmers do not want this law, why is it not being withdrawn”. Akhilesh Yadav further said that who is stopping the government. Akhilesh did not stop, he said that you are being accused that this law is for corporate.
PM gave feedback on farmer movement
Significantly, the farmers’ agitation against the agricultural law has been going on for months. Apart from this, during this movement, 26 January was fiercely created. Also, a special religion flag was hoisted at the Red Fort. On Monday, Prime Minister Modi used the term agitator, targeting the farmer movement. SP President Akhilesh Yadav has given a sharp response to the House today.
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