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Centre’s strategy is to aide corporate interests : Delhi Congress Chief

Delhi Congress Chief

Delhi Congress Chief, Chaudhary Anil Kumar, on the first day of the year visited the farmers at the Ghazipur Border on Friday, and accused the Central government of working on a strategy to exhaust the farmers, who are agitating against new farm laws and eventually driving them away.

Mr. Anil Chaudhary said “Prime Minister Narendra Modi who attacked farmers with water cannons and lathi is today indulging in the drama of Samman Nidhi.” Delhi Congress President, distributed raw ration & helped the farmers in preparing food and other chores.

DPCC chief, slammed the Kejriwal government for not making a clear picture against the ‘black’ farm laws which will put the farmers at the ‘mercy of the corporates.’ Also, mentioned that “Be it the farmers or the reputed members of the legal fraternity, all have branded the laws as anti-farmer but the Prime Minister is still sticking to his comments and indulge in hard selling these laws as agricultural reforms.”

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