Tejashwi Yadav attacks government, says will gain power by removing anti-farmer NDA government

Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav has again called for a withdrawal of the Center’s agricultural laws as anti-farmer laws. In his tweet on Thursday, he said that the RJD and the Grand Alliance demonstrated at all the district headquarters of Bihar in the support of the peasant movement and against the anti-farmer black law. This protest will continue. He said that the capitalist anti-farmer NDA government will take power only by removing it.

At the same time, former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi has questioned the movement going from Delhi to Bihar through tweets. Sushil Modi said that the involvement of about 100 small and big organizations running with foreign funding to take the peasant movement in the wrong direction of anti-India is a matter of concern for the whole country. He said the NDA would take strong political resistance to the CPI-M’s threat to jam Bihar on farmers issue after participation of non-farmer organizations like JNU’s leftist student, Fishermen’s Union of Maharashtra, CITU and AIKS.

In another tweet, Sushil Modi said that most of the concerns regarding the agricultural legislation that allows farmers the freedom to sell crops at the best prices anywhere in the local market and in the open market of the country are unfounded or politically motivated. The Central Government is engaged in removing the fears of the farmers of Punjab and Haryana. When the top leadership of the government is constantly trying to find a solution with their solemnity and sympathy with their representatives, then the attempt to create pressure on the withdrawal of the prize, by the atmosphere, conveys the intention to escalate the conflict.

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