- Priyanka Gandhi targets PM Narendra Modi by taking part in Bijnor Kisan Mahapanchayat
- Priyanka said that the people chose PM twice, because people would have expected something from them.
- Priyanka said, ‘Farmers don’t want the law, is anyone’s well being forced?’
In Kisan Mahapanchayat organized in Bijnor demanding withdrawal of agricultural laws, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi attacked the Modi government fiercely. Priyanka said that the people chose the Prime Minister twice, because people would have expected something from them. Priyanka further said that but no work was done under her rule. He said that farmers do not want the law, but the government is not taking it back. Is anyone’s well being forced?
Addressing the Kisan Mahapanchayat, Priyanka Gandhi said, ‘These three laws are not made for the farmer, they are made for their capitalist friends. This country is not blind, seeing what has been happening in the country for 7 years. The entire country has been handed over to their bourgeois friends.
‘Does PM understand more than farmers of the country?’
Taking a dig at the PM, Priyanka said, “When the farmer is saying that we don’t want your law, why don’t you take back the law?” Do you force someone’s good? Does the Prime Minister understand more than crores of farmers in the country? Do farmers not know what is good for their good and what is not? ‘
‘No money to pay farmers’ dues, 2 ships to roam the world’
Priyanka Gandhi said in the Kisan Mahapanchayat of Bijnor, ‘Sugarcane farmers of the whole country owe 15,000 crores, they are such prime ministers that till date you have not completed your arrears but have bought two airplanes worth 16,000 crores to roam the world for yourself.’
‘Government manipulated water on people’s expectations’
Priyanka Gandhi said, ‘For the last 80 days, the farmers have stayed on the borders of Delhi for the whole winter, now they are preparing themselves for the summer. What are they sitting for? Priyanka further said, ‘Sometimes I wonder why people chose Modi ji twice’.
The Congress general secretary from Bijnor said, ‘Maybe he did it because the public was hopeful and confident that he (PM) would work for him. Much was said during the first election. In the second election, he talked about farming, unemployment and other issues, but what happened? Nothing.’
Priyanka Gandhi in Bijnor