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Modi govt 'betrayed' farmers: Rahul slams Centre on farm laws

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 13 October 2020
Tagging a video which had snippets from his recent visits to Punjab and Haryana during which he held tractor rallies and public meetings against the laws, Gandhi tweeted in Hindi, "The farmers gave the country food security, and the Modi government only betrayed them. But not anymore."
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