Former Rajya Sabha MP, Raghunandan Sharma
Former Rajya Sabha MP, Raghunandan Sharma
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BHOPAL: Former Rajya Sabha MP, Raghunandan Sharma, has openly criticised the government over the farmers’ agitation.

Through social media, Sharma ripped into Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

When the pride of power enters into one’s head it cannot be seen, and same thing has happened to Tomar, he wrote.

Sharma has written to Tomar: “You think you’re enjoying power because of your hard work, but it is a mistake.”

About the farmers’ agitation Sharma said, “Your thought may be in farmers’ welfare, but if one does not want one’s own benefit, it should not be done. Similarly, if one wants to remain naked, how can one be clothed? To give strength to nationalism, the constitutional powers should be used, that the BJP may not repent later.”

To bring the BJP to power, thousands of nationalists have worked, and they have been serving the nation for more than 100 years, Sharma wrote.

Sharma wanted to know the reason for losing the mandate that people have given to the party.

“Adopting the Congress’s rotten ideology is not beneficial to the party,” he said. Sharma is known for giving his opinions openly. For the first time, the farm laws have faced such a challenge. Sharma is afflicted with the coronavirus these days.

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