from haryana Congress, Deependra Singh Hooda, remembering the same day, tweeted on X and wrote that my
farmer brothers. Today is the day when the government and its arrogance had to bow down before your holy
Satyagraha and all three black laws had to be withdrawn. A movement which many conspiracies were hatched
to defame and attempts were made to tarnish the image of the agitating farmers, but despite being burnt in the
fire of hatred, this movement remained as pure as gold.
‘Inspired by the struggle of farmer brothers’
Deependra Singh Hooda further wrote that this was the movement of independent india in which there was
neither any violence of any kind, nor any individual was harassed nor any politics was involved. The farmer’s
dedication. I, Deependra Hooda, consider myself fortunate that I too could sacrifice my struggle from the streets
to the parliament in this movement to protect the self-respect of farmers. I was in jail for 3 days for protesting
against the Lakhimpur farmer massacre, was targeted by social media and mainstream media, was surrounded
by absurd allegations, but it was the inspiration I got from the struggle of you farmer brothers due to which I
never had the courage. Did not lose.