Congress is marching in the capital Jaipur against the central agricultural laws. It has been a foot march under the leadership of Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariwas in Jaipur, but Dr. Mahesh Joshi, the government chief whip and MLA from Hawa Mahal, is riding on a camel. Adarsh Nagar MLA Rafiq Khan and Kishanpole MLA Amin Kagji are riding on elephants.
Congress leaders who have contested some MLAs and MLAs are riding on tractors. Many horses, four-wheelers, and two-wheelers are also part of this march. That means less on foot, more on vehicles.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and state Congress president Govind Singh Dotasara were also scheduled to join this march, but both did not attend. It is being told that CM could not attend due to the meeting of the Governing Council of NITI Aayog. Dotasara is on Sikar tour. This march is being organized by the party at every district headquarters on the call of the state Congress.
Congress flags and placards against laws
In this march, activists have been holding Congress flags and placards in their hands, with slogans to withdraw the agricultural law. This march reached Choti Chaupar, Tripolia Gate, Badi Chaupar, Ramganj Chaupar, Surajpol Grain Market from Mandol Market to Galta Gate.
A day before, on Friday, Congress met and prepared a strategy to prepare for the march on foot. Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariwas and Chief Whip Mahesh Joshi held a meeting with the MLAs and leaders of Jaipur and gave responsibilities to the local leaders.
Now it is coming to light that due to the cancellation of Gehlot and Dotasara’s program on the occasion, there was not much crowd. Though the number has increased later, indiscipline is clearly visible. All are moving in their respective groups. Due to the groups running in three to four pieces, the broad form of march is not visible.
Center wants to impose agriculture law despite the Supreme Court ban
Transport Minister Pratap SinghKhachariwas said that more than 200 farmers have died in the peasant movement. More than two dozen farmers have committed suicide. Despite the Supreme Court banning agricultural laws, the Modi government of BJP wants to impose this law on the farmers of the country. The purpose of the march is to oppose these laws.
He also said that the BJP has made a dagger in the back of the people of the country by making petrol and diesel costlier, ending the subsidy on gas cylinders, raising gas cylinders by Rs 200. The public is suffering from inflation, unemployment, and starvation and the Modi government is constantly suppressing the voice of farmers, laborers, young people, and the people by doing dictatorship and oppression.
Masks disappears, not a cradle of social distancing
Even though authorized by the ruling party, the people of the state may be called upon to comply with all kinds of rules including wearing masks and social distancing, but there is no rule in the program of the same party, no law. Neither a leader nor activist is wearing a mask nor social distancing is being practiced here.
On Saturday itself, CM Ashok Gehlot has asked the people of the state to follow the rules seriously in view of the increased Corona case in one or two states of the country, despite this, the appeal of his appeal in the Congress rally did not show any effect.
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