BJP MP Janardan Mishra says anyone trying to recover loans from Madhya Pradesh farmers 'will be strangulated and their hands will be broken'

Speaking at the party's 'Kisan Aakrosh Aandolan' in Rewa, the MP accused the state government of working against farmers

Asian News International November 05, 2019 18:27:43 IST
BJP MP Janardan Mishra says anyone trying to recover loans from Madhya Pradesh farmers 'will be strangulated and their hands will be broken'
  • BJP MP Janardan Mishra on Monday slammed the Madhya Pradesh government over loan waivers to farmers

  • He said those policemen 'who arrive to recover loans from farmers will be strangulated and their hands will be broken'

  • Speaking at the party's 'Kisan Aakrosh Aandolan' in Rewa, the MP accused the state government of working against farmers

Rewa: BJP MP Janardan Mishra on Monday slammed the Madhya Pradesh government over loan waivers to farmers and said those policemen "who arrive to recover loans from farmers will be strangulated and their hands will be broken."

BJP MP Janardan Mishra says anyone trying to recover loans from Madhya Pradesh farmers will be strangulated and their hands will be broken

BJP MP Janardan Mishra. ANI

Speaking at the party's 'Kisan Aakrosh Aandolan' in Rewa, the Rewa MP accused the state government of working against farmers. "If anyone from Congress or police comes to farmers with a motive to take revenge, their hands will be broken and they will be strangulated to death. BJP workers are strongly standing with the farmers," Mishra said.

The lawmaker further alleged that the Congress government in the state was engaged in "divisive and destructive" politics. "Let me tell you that if Congress plays divisive and destructive politics, then we will let not it happen and bury the destructive politics," he said.

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