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— Jagat Prakash Nadda (@JPNadda) December 27, 2020
BJP President JP Nadda accused Congressman Rahul Gandhi of hypocrisy and misleading farmers demonstrating against the center’s divisive agricultural legislation on Sunday.
Nadda tweeted an old video of Congress leader Sonia Gandhi as a “proof of double-talk” attacked her son today, digging out a quote from Mr Gandhi’s May 2015 speech Lok Sabha, in which Gandhi seemed to advocate the elimination of middlemen and allowing farmers to sell directly to buyers.
What is this magic happening, Rahulji? What you were earlier advocating, now you are opposing. You have nothing to do with the interest of country or farmers. You want to play politics. But your hypocrisy will not work… the people and the farmers have realised your dual character,” tweeted Nadda.
The video shows Rahul Gandhi recounted a conversation between himself and a farmer from Uttar Pradesh, in which the farmer said he could get a better price for his potato crop if he could sell it directly to the mills that produce potato chips.
BJP has consistently accused Congress (and other opposition parties) of misleading demonstrators and engineering demonstrations against agricultural legislation for political benefit.
In the undated video that followed his tweet, Ms. Gandhi seems to be speaking in support of eliminating middlemen in order to encourage farmers to get “the right price for produce”
So far, five rounds of talks have been held to overcome the impasse between the two parties. At this point, however, neither side is willing to budge. Farmers want the act to be repealed and the centre is only open to amending more contentious parts.