Congress leaders criticise Center’s attitude over agriculture bills

 Sangareddy, Oct.1 : The Congress Party leaders today came down heavily on rival BJP led central government over its reluctant attitude to withdraw the three controversial agriculture bills.
Addressing media persons at Sangareddy MLA T. Jayaprakash Reddy’s residence, AICC secretary Bose Raju said that nationwide protest was being expressed from all sections of the society over the three agriculture bills approved by Prime Minister  Narendra Modi government. He said that the Congress  party would hold nationwide agitation programs over the bills by marking the birth anniversaries of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Sastry. He said that they would hold rallies and collect signatures of the farmers  as part of their protest programs.
He said that the AICC incharge of the state Manickam Tagore and TPCC president N.Uttam Kumar Reddy would take part in the protest program being held at Sangareddy. The party MLA Jagga Reddy said that the protest program would be held in a big way at Ganji Stadium of the town. He said that they would hold a massive bike rally and signature campaign as part of the protest program. He called upon the party leaders from Medak MP seat to take part in the agitation programs in large Numbers.
TPCC working president Kusuma Kumar alleged that Modi government was old anti farmer policies in the country. He also alleged that the central government was trying to benefit the corporate companies by looting the farmers of the country. He said that their protest programs would be held till October 31st of this month. Former deputy chief minister undivided Andhra Pradesh state Damodar Rajanarasimha alleged that the TRS les state government had entered into a secret pace with the center and added  that it could be seen from the fact that state government had always extended support to the Center on various issues. He said that they would announce the party candidate for Dubbbaka assembly by-elections in a day or two and added that the party would win the elections. (NSS)