He used the hashtag ‘300DeathsAtProtest’ to focus on that 300 farmers have up to now misplaced their lives within the farmers’ agitation.

PTI, New Delhi

PUBLISHED ON MAR 19, 2021 06:10 AM IST

Attacking the federal government for not paying tributes to farmers who died throughout their protest, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Thursday stated his two-minute silence within the reminiscence of the 300 males who sacrificed their lives will not be acceptable to the BJP.

He used the hashtag ‘300DeathsAtProtest’ to focus on that 300 farmers have up to now misplaced their lives within the farmers’ agitation.

“My 2 minute silence for the farmers who died during the agitation is not acceptable to the BJP. I will pay my tributes to the sacrifices of my farmers and labourers again and again. I am not afraid of those who fear my silence,” Gandhi stated in a tweet in Hindi.

In one other tweet, he once more attacked the federal government over job losses and cited a report claiming that numerous EPF accounts have been shut through the pandemic. He stated that this was one other achievement of the BJP authorities’s “eradicate employment campaign”.

“You lost your job and had to close down your EPF account. Another achievement of the Central Government’s ‘eradicate employment campaign’,” he stated in a tweet in Hindi.

The unnamed information report claimed that numerous individuals misplaced their jobs through the coronavirus pandemic and 71 lakh EPF accounts have been closed in 9 months.

Gandhi has been attacking the federal government over the dealing with of the farmers agitation and the pandemic, claiming many individuals misplaced their jobs through the lockdown.

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