BJP is a real gang: SDA chief Sukhbir Badal on agricultural laws – Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Badal called BJP a tough gang,

Sukhbir Singh Badal, head of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), which recently quit the NDA government over new agriculture laws, on Tuesday lashed out at the BJP. Badal accused the BJP of being a “real piece of the gang” and accused the party in Punjab of inciting Hindus against Sikhs.

Sukhbir Singh Badal asked his old colleague BJP to give up its ‘proud attitude’ towards agriculture law and accept the views of farmers. Badal said that whoever speaks for the central government is a ‘patriot’ and whoever speaks against the government is called a ‘piece of the gang’.

Akali Dal chief Badal tweeted, “BJP is the real ‘piece’ of the country.” This shattered the unity of the country. Shamelessly incited Hindus against Muslims and now they are beating Hindus against Sikhs in Punjab. She is leading the patriotic Punjab towards ethnic fire. ”

The Shiromani Akali Dal left the NDA a few months ago on the issue of new agricultural laws. Harsimrat Singh Badal, a minister and a minister in the Union government, also resigned from the cabinet. Harsimrat Kaur Badal was the only representative of the Akali Dal in the Modi government and the BJP’s oldest ally, the Akali Dal.

It may be mentioned that many farmers’ organizations have been protesting against the Central Agriculture Act in several places near Delhi for the last three weeks. They are demanding the repeal of these laws. Many federations of farmers’ associations with the government have failed. The government proposed several amendments to the Agriculture Act, which the farmers refused to accept.

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