Farmers’ Protest: Rahul Gandhi Not Allowed To Carry Out March, Three Congress Leaders Can Only Meet President

Rahul Gandhi was about to march from Vijay Chowk to Rashtrapati Bhavan at around 10.45 am today but he was denied the permission.


New Delhi| Farmers’ protest continues against the new agricultural laws. Now Congress has also planned to surround the government on this issue. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is about to march to Rashtrapati Bhavan today demanding withdrawal of these laws in support of farmers, but the Delhi Police says they were not allowed to carry out this march. However, three leaders have been given permission to go for a meeting with the President.

Additional DCP Deepak Yadav of Delhi Police has given information in this regard. He said, “Congress leaders have not been allowed to march till Rashtrapati Bhavan. However 3 leaders will be allowed to meet the President.”

Will hand over memorandum signed by 2 crore people to President

Rahul Gandhi was about to march from Vijay Chowk to Rashtrapati Bhavan at around 10.45 am today. Other Congress MPs led by Rahul Gandhi were also supposed to participate in the march. On the agricultural law issue, Rahul and other senior leaders will meet President Ram Nath Kovind and give a memorandum signed by 2 crore signatories demanding withdrawal of new agricultural laws.

Meanwhile, demonstrating farmers associations, said that now ball is in govt’s court. They said that the govt should come up with a new concrete proposal to resume the dialogue. The Agriculture Minister said that dialogue is the only way to reach a solution and The government is committed to improving the agriculture sector.

PM Modi will talk to farmers of 6 states

There is no possibility of ending the deadlock between the government and the protesters demanding the repeal of the three new agricultural laws. In such a situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks with farmers of 6 states on Friday and during this time farmers will share their experiences about various initiatives taken by the Centre.

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