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Rahul’s 9th question for PM Modi: No farm loan waiver, no insurance, why step motherly treatment with farmers

In a tweet, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said: ‘Neither have you waived off farm loans, nor have you given the proper price of the crops. Farmers didn’t get the crop insurance amount and nor you arranged the tube wells for water’.

GujaratElection2017 Updated: Dec 08, 2017 07:41 IST
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been putting one question every day in a bid to take on the Vijay Rupani-led government in Gujarat, where polling will take place on December 9 and December 14.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been putting one question every day in a bid to take on the Vijay Rupani-led government in Gujarat, where polling will take place on December 9 and December 14. (PTI File Photo)

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “step-motherly treatment with farmers” on Thursday, saying he has not waived off farm loans and not given proper market price for their produce.

This was Gandhi’s ninth question as part of a strategy wherein the Congress vice-president would put up one question daily to Modi ahead of the Gujarat Assembly polls.

In a tweet, the Congress leader said: “Neither have you waived off farm loans, nor have you given the proper price of the crops. Farmers didn’t get the crop insurance amount and nor you arranged the tube wells for water.

“The ‘Gabbar Singh’ (Goods and Services Tax reference) whammy on farming. By snatching their lands you made the farmers workless. PM saheb please tell why step motherly treatment with farmers?” the Congress leader asked.

Gandhi has been putting one question every day in a bid to take on the Vijay Rupani-led government in Gujarat, where polling will take place on Saturday and December 14.

He previously put out posers on unemployment among youths, malnutrition in children, education, women safety, “undue benefit” to power selling companies, state debt and the Prime Minister’s flagship ‘Housing for All’ scheme.