Farm Bill: Rahul Gandhi to join Congress ‘Save Farmers’ campaign against Punjab Agriculture Act


Farm Bill: Farmers across the country continue to protest against the Modi government’s agriculture bill. Meanwhile, the Congress’ anti-agriculture ‘Agriculture Protection’ campaign is set to begin in Punjab today. Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi will also join here today.

According to media reports, the Congress is going to launch a ‘Save Agriculture’ campaign from Moga district of Punjab today. This campaign will take 3 days. It will be from 4 October to 6 October. At this time, Rahul Gandhi will join the farmers in Punjab and Haryana.


Three-day promotion

The three-day campaign will be led by former party president Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi will address a public meeting in Badhanikalan at 11 a.m. on Sunday, after which the campaign will be flagged off from Moga district. The program was released on the arrival of Rahul Gandhi in Punjab and Haryana. For three days, farmers will come to visit both the states.

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Rahul Gandhi will assemble the tractor

According to sources, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will now hold a tractor rally in Punjab and Haryana from October 4-6 in protest of the new agriculture law. Earlier, the Congress had said that Gandhi would hold a tractor rally from October 3 to 5. However, the rest of their schedule will remain the same. Robin Thukran, media adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, tweeted that the schedule for Rahul Gandhi’s tractor rally had changed. Now it will be broadcast from 4 to October.

State Congress president Sunil Jakhar, the party’s in-charge of Punjab affairs Harish Rawat and all the ministers and party MLAs will join the protest to protest the anger and suffering of the farmers. Whose application is at risk due to central laws.

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