Prakash Javadekar says, Congress is doing drama in the name of farmers.
On Monday, Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Jaavdekar took a dig at Congress after the Youth Congress Workers burnt a tractor near India Gate during the protest against the farm bills (laws).
Jaavdekar slammed Congress by saying that, it is misleading farmers and has been exposed completely, they are just creating unwanted drama in the name of politics and farmers benefit. He added that, Congress is saying something else in their manifesto and practising something completely opposite.
This war has been continued on Twitter, where Prakash Jaavdekar tweeted saying “This is drama of Congress”, he also stated that due to such reasons people evicted Congress from power.
In reply Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted and said, the farmers voice have been crushed in the parliament and outside.
The agriculture laws are a death sentence to our farmers. Their voice is crushed in Parliament and outside.
Here is proof that democracy in India is dead. pic.twitter.com/MC4BIFtZiA
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 28, 2020
On Monday to protest against the legislation 10-15 Punjab Youth Congress activists set a tractor on fire in the area near India Gate despite of the high security. On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh a protest was being carried out against the controversial farm bills around 7:15 am.
IYC quoted Bhagat Singh in a tweet, ” If the deaf are to hear, the sound has to be very loud.”