RAHUL SPEAKS ‘Cowardly to say there is no data on dead farmers'
The Morning Standard|December 04, 2021
LAUNCHING an attack on the Modi government, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday said it is ‘immoral and cowardly’ to say that the Centre does not have data on dead farmers and there would be no compensation because of this.

LAUNCHING an attack on the Modi government, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday said it is ‘immoral and cowardly to say that the Centre does not have data on dead farmers and there would be no compensation because of this. Gandhi said he would table in Parliament a list prepared by the Punjab government of farmers who lost died during the agitation.

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