BJP MP Varun Gandhi on Thursday posted on Twitter a limited clip of a speech of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee from 1980 in which he warns the then Indira Gandhi federal government in opposition to repressing farmers and extends his support to them.
Gandhi tweeted, “Intelligent text from a large-hearted leader…”
The BJP MP has been vocal in empathising with farmers agitating in opposition to the 3 agri laws enacted by the Modi federal government and sharing Vajpayee’s speech is found as his message to the central federal government.
In the online video clip, Vajpayee is read telling a accumulating that farmers simply cannot be afraid.
“If the federal government will suppress (farmers), misuse laws and repress a peaceful agitation, then we will not shy away from joining the farmers’ battle and standing with them,” he is read saying.
Gandhi has also sought stringent action in opposition to all those accountable for the death of four farmers right after cars, allegedly joined to BJP leaders, ran around them in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri. He was recently dropped from the BJP countrywide govt in what was found as an sign of the celebration leadership’s unhappiness with the Pilibhit MP.
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