Gandhi questioned his own party-led government over the unemployment issue, and said crores of unemployed do not know what will happen to them next.
“Whatever noise you hear is of Hindu-Muslim or backward-forward. In fact, the vote will not be on any of such divisive issues," BJP MP Varun Gandhi said.
Stressing that the country is passing through a difficult time, Gandhi, who is on a two-day visit to his constituency, said inflation is touching the sky and unemployment is increasing rapidly.
This comes at a time when BJP MPs in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh are seemingly working hard to make the ‘Janvishwas Yatra’ successful.
Policymakers should lead from the front so as inspire the common public to stay at home, he said.
He said his party colleagues do not raise such issues as they fear that they will not be given poll tickets.
The bill aims to provide legally guaranteed MSP for 22 crops that should be set at a profit margin of 50 per cent over the comprehensive cost of production.
The Pilibhit Lok Sabha MP has been critical of the government's handling of economic and employment issues without directly targeting the central dispensation.
In a letter to the prime minister, the MP from Pilibhit in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh said that till this demand of farmers' is not met, their movement will not end.
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The 'Manikarnika' actor, known for her provocative and often inflammatory statements, was once again the centre of debate, and ire.
The actress has sparked controversy in the past with her right wing comments and jibes at opposition politicians.
Without making a direct attack, the BJP leader has been critical of the government's handling of agri issues of late and has also sympathised with the farmers protesting against the three farm laws.
Three people were killed and hundreds were marooned as torrential rains lashed Bareilly and Pilibhit districts over two days, officials said.
Gandhi has also sought stringent action against those responsible for the death of four farmers after vehicles, allegedly linked to BJP leaders, ran over them in Uttar Pradesh's Lakhimpur Kheri.
The death of the four cultivators triggered strong reactions from farmer leaders, while opposition parties launched an attack on the BJP-led central and the UP governments.