Congress seeks apology from PM on-farm laws Death

The Congress party seeks an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the families of the farmers who had lost their lives during the year-long agitation against the three controversial farm laws.

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Congress Leader, P. Chidambaram (in pic)

New Delhi: As PM Modi decides to repeal Farm laws today, The Congress party seeks an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the families of the farmers who had lost their lives during the year-long agitation against the three controversial farm laws. It has also asked five questions to the government on steps to support farmers.
The party alleges fear of loss in by-polls elections and triumph of congress. Several Congress leaders said the government decided to take back the laws fearing a setback in the forthcoming Assembly elections in five states.

Former Finance Minister, P Chidambaram attacked PM and said, “His announcement on the withdrawal of the three farm laws is not inspired by a change of policy or a change of heart. It is triggered by fear of elections! It is a great victory for the farmers and for the Congress party which was unwavering in its opposition to the farm laws.” 

Whereas, Congress leader, Randeep Surjewala has asked PM to apologize to the farmers who were forced to sit on the roads in protest and to the families of farmers who had lost their lives in the last year. The Opposition alleges over 600 people died in protests. 

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