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‘Are you on war with farmers?’ Priyanka Gandhi asks PM

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Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi this question amidst the ongoing deadlock between the central government and farmers over the three agricultural laws.

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On social media, he shared a video of Delhi-Uttar Pradesh’s Ghazipur border and questioned – “Prime Minister, war with your farmers?”.

In this 22-second video, that scene of Delhi’s Ghazipur border is visible where the Delhi Police has imposed several levels of barricading to stop the farmers. A large number of security forces have been deployed at these borders.

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On Monday, some pictures also came out from the Tikari border where iron nails were driven on the roads with the intention of stopping the tractors of the farmers and for this, JCBs were put up and excavated on the roads.

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At the same time, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has advised the NDA government to build a bridge instead of building a wall.

He tweeted pictures of barricades being erected on the borders of Delhi and wrote, “Government of India, build bridges, not walls.”

Meanwhile, former Congress president and party’s Member of Parliament Rahul Gandhi advised the Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government to ‘build bridges and not walls’.

“GOI, Build bridges, not walls!,” tweeted Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday.
These comments came after the administrations have deployed heavy deployment of security personnel and barricades at the borders of the national capital to keep up the law and order situation.

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