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Congress Hails Farmers' Stir On Farm Laws

TPCC chief Revanth Reddy today hailed the 13-month-long farmers' stir against the BJP government's three controversial farm laws introduced in 2020.
Hyderabad | 19th November 2021
TPCC chief Revanth Reddy today hailed the 13-month-long farmers' stir demanding that the union government withdraw its three controversial farm laws introduced in 2020.

Speaking to media persons, Reddy said that the continuous fight of the farmers had forced the union government to withdraw its "black" laws at last, and that the farmers had secured the historic victory on the day of the birth anniversary of Congress leader Indira Gandhi.

He said that leaders who had come from Gujarat were trying to encroach upon the entire country, and had made attempts to sell the agriculture sector to industrialists like Adani and Ambani, and the farmers had fought like the soldiers of the country did in the borders.

He said that the lives of scores of farmers would have been saved if the union government had withdrawn the controversial laws on the first day of their introduction itself, and that PM Narendra Modi was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of farmers of the country.

He also pointed that CM K Chandrashekar Rao's party the TRS had voted in favour of the controversial farm laws in Parliament, and claimed that the CM was responsible for the "agricultural crisis" in Telangana.
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