Priyanka Gandhi hits out at PM, says he didn’t care about farmers, poll defeat prompted decision

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi. PTI File Photo

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi. PTI File Photo

Congress pioneer Priyanka Gandhi on Friday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “disregarding” the fights against the argumentative ranch laws for quite a long time just to annul them in the wake of “seeing loss” in the races. In a progression of tweets, the Congress general secretary said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi couldn’t have cared less about the “affliction of more than 600 ranchers” or the Lakhimpur Kheri episode where fighting ranchers were run over by the vehicle of a Union pastor’s child.

She asserted that heads of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) offended ranchers by calling them “fear mongers, deceivers, thugs, scoundrels”, adding that the state leader himself called the instigators ‘andolanjeevi’. Priyanka Gandhi said that it’s hard to trust the top state leader’s goal and his “changed mentality.”

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“Since you have begun seeing the loss in the races, you abruptly began to comprehend the reality of this nation – that this nation has been made by the ranchers, this nation has a place with the ranchers, the rancher is the genuine guardian of this nation and no administration can manage the country by pounding the interest of the ranchers,” she tweeted.

Priyanka Gandhi is driving the Congress’ lobby in Uttar Pradesh for the forthcoming Assembly races and has precluded a pre-survey union with any ideological group.

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that the Central government will annul the three argumentative ranch laws as it neglected to persuade “a segment of ranchers” about the “benefits” of the enactment.

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