New Delhi, December 14: Posing strong confidence on the shoulders of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, more than 2 Crore farmers from Uttar Pardesh have sent letters of memorandum ‘Kisan Maang Patra’ to RG for taking up their issues to the Modi Government.
Rahul Gandhi spearheaded 25 day Kisan Yatra from Delhi to Deroia in September this year, which was followed by similar rallies by ruling Samajwadi Party and BJP in the state. Huge crowd in the Khat Sabha of Gandhi had sent alarm bells to opposition.
On Wednesday, UPCC Leaders handed over 2 crore mails from farmers to Gandhi. The enormous number certainly pose a strong field Congress VP has cultivated in the suburbs and villages of Uttar Pardesh.
Delhi: Over 2 Crore 'Kisan Maang Patra' handed over by UPCC Leaders to Congress VP Rahul Gandhi pic.twitter.com/4sFY5TlAGz
— ANI (@ANI) December 14, 2016
Meanwhile Modi government is finding it hard to run a Winter Session of Parliament post demonetisation and have been receiving a continuous flake from opposition parties for their failure in disbursing cash to banks and ATMs across the country and posing financial emergency in the country.
Gandhi Said: By excluding Cooperative Banks PM Modi has massively hurt the farmers. He has questioned the honesty of the farmers.
I promised farmers that I will take up their demands to the government and ask PM Modi to waive off famers’ debts. He said, Narendra Modi ji ki suit boot sarkaar ek baar kisaan ke baare mein bhi sochein, aur unka karza maaf kare.
The Reserve Bank of India had put restrictions on Cooperative banks post demonetisation and it has paralyzed the entire bank functioning and system in the villages.