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Sunday, 10 July 2011

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Rahul Baba ignored tiredness of rally; says Mayawati cheating farmers with land policy

In spite of tiredness out of 5 day rally that too for the prosperity of farmers, Rahul Gandhi (Rahul Baba) showed tremendous amount of energy and condemned Mayawati’s land policies.

He on Saturday demanded Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati provides enhanced compensation for all land acquisitions during her tenure, intensifying the high-decibel campaign the Congress leader has launched against the BSP supremo after the police firing on agitating farmers in Tappal and Bhatta-Parsaul. Sources said Rahul Baba had detailed discussion with Digvijay Singh (Diggy Chacha) who told him not to worry in his absence in UP and carry on the crusade against land acquisition policies in “UP”.

Sources said Diggy Chacha told Rahul Baba that Congress’ policy of focusing on 1 state at a time (often ahead of the elections) has always helped it a lot. Chacha, himself is thrashing on corruption in “MP” (making a stage as in next 2-3 years he will comeback from his political sanyaas).

In an emotional speech, Rahul Baba dubbed UP's "new land policy" as an attempt to hoodwink farmers as it was being implemented with prospective effect. "Bhatta Parsaul, Tappal and lakhs of farmers whose land was acquired earlier would not be covered by the new policy. Don't they have a right to higher compensation?" he asked at a kisan mahapanchayat here on Saturday.

Rahul accused the Mayawati regime of colluding with builders and acquiring farmland for housing colonies and golf courses, painting a contrast with Congress which he said devised programmes for the poor like job guarantee scheme and right to food.

UP Congress chief Rita Joshi announced "mahapanchayats" starring Rahul would be held in all 18 divisions of the state.

Baba emphatically replied on BSP’s remarks that all is drama. He said "if that is nautanki, then its fine". Rahul Baba raised the question about actual intention of the UP government and said the amended land acquisition law would be a reality in the coming parliament session, but warned "the main issue is government's niyat (intentions)". He once again put an example of Haryana and asked "Else, why there is no firing in Haryana under the old law?"

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