Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday retaliated against the allegations of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi against the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying on Saturday that Congress leaders forged fake discourses, of forces breaking the country Stand together and insult constitutional institutions. Sitharaman alleged through 10 questions that the Congress formed institutions while in power and then misused them for their own two, our two (Hum Do, Hamare Do).
Taking a dig at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, the Finance Minister also said that he is a doomsday man. At the same time, he further attacked Rahul Gandhi and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had talked about small farmers in his statement while responding to the discussion on the Motion of Thanks brought on the President’s address. It was thought that Rahul Gandhi would say that he has spoken to his two that they should return the farmers land. He said that it was expected that by extracting at least one point from our three laws, they should say that it would harm farmers, but it did not happen. Congress could have said that two of us have come in our two by ordering the son-in-law (Damad) to return the land but he did not do it either.
Sitharaman, while replying to the discussion on the budget in the Lok Sabha, also said that the Congress leader should have given an answer while speaking in the discussion, why did the Congress completely reverse its stand on agricultural reforms? Let us tell you that while participating in the budget discussion on Thursday, Rahul Gandhi had launched a scathing attack on the Central Government and Prime Minister Modi on three new agricultural laws and alleged that this is the government of Hum Do, Hamare Do. He had also claimed that due to these three laws the mandis would end and the agricultural sector would be under the control of some big industrialists.
The Finance Minister retaliated on Rahul Gandhi through 10 questions during his answer. He said that I agree that during the discussion on the budget, the issue of agriculture is discussed because it is part of the budget. But when he (Rahul Gandhi) stood up to speak, he played a role to speak on the budget, but did not speak on it. Sitharaman said that at that time it was expected that the former Congress president would explain why the Congress overturned the promise made in the 2019 manifesto. Earlier, they supported agricultural reforms, but now they are not.
He said in the interlude of Congress members that Congress had promised loan waiver to win elections in several states. But there was no debt waiver in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh after the formation of the government. The Finance Minister said that he stabbed the farmers in the back. It was expected that Rahul Gandhi would tell about this but did not say. Sitharaman said that he thought that Congress leaders would at least say that the Chief Minister has been ordered by him to remove the law related to farmers in Punjab. Continuing his sarcasm on Rahul Gandhi, he said that I hoped that he would tell which provision is lacking in the three agricultural laws. But it also did not tell.