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BJP-RSS Ideology Is Spreading Hatred All Over The Country: Rahul Gandhi

Mumbai: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused the central government of “attacking the farmers” by enacting the three new farm laws.

“The PM is attacking our farmers. He has brought three new laws which are going to destroy Indian agriculture (sector) and is handing it over to two or three big industrialists. Imagine that one of the laws clearly states that farmers can’t go to court to protect themselves,” ANI quoted Rahul Gandhi.

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Congress MPs were addressing a gathering during a roadshow held in Karur district of Tamil Nadu ahead of the state assembly elections.

Gandhi further alleged that the wrong policies of the central government led by PM Narendra Modi are responsible for ruining the country’s economy, which rendered the youth unemployed.

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ANI quoted Rahul saying, “Our youth are no longer able to get jobs and it is not their fault. This is the fault of the actions taken by our Prime Minister. Those actions include demonetisation and a faulty Goods and Services Tax (GST).”

Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of communalism, the Congress leader further said, “If we look at the nation and we see what the PM has done in the last six years, we are a weak India, a divided India. See an India BJP-RSS ideology is spreading hatred all over the country. Our biggest strength, our economy, has collapsed.”

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Congress leaders are on a three-day tour of the western belt in Tamil Nadu. He is interacting with the farmers, weavers and general public there. Gandhi is in the state till date and is about to visit Dindigul district. Assembly elections to be held in Tamil Nadu in April-May 2021.

(With ANI Inputs)

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