Punjab and Haryana and the agitation conducted by the agrarian law and got a sweeping assessment of the four states , Rahul Gandhi , the Congress leadership and the need to reach tractor rallies. It is reported that Rahul Gandhi has asked the leadership to reach out to Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka and Gujarat.
Punjab and Haryana are the worst-hit states against the three bills passed in the monsoon session of Parliament. The central government claims that the new rules, which allow for contract farming and allow farmers to sell their crops to anyone instead of the traditional farmer co-operative markets, will increase farmers’ incomes. But Congress alleges that the move, which backfires on the traditional ministerial system, is a ‘death warrant for farmers’ and will enslave them to corporate.Congress now to prepare a memorandum signed by the two million farmers to provide the President on November 14. Prior to this, there are plans to hold a rally in Delhi, said KC Venugopal. Along with this, there will be protests demanding justice in the Hathras incident.
Meanwhile, various state governments have decided to approach the Supreme Court against the agricultural laws. Earlier, Agriculture Minister VS Sunilkumar had said that he would approach the court against the central laws. The Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh government has also decided to approach the Supreme Court against the agricultural laws.