Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who is in Punjab to protest against new farm laws, today said "it's no big deal" that he was pushed and he fell to the ground last week during a tussle with police when he was marching to Hathras in Uttar Pradesh to meet the family of the 20-year-old victim allegedly gang raped and tortured in the UP district. Taking a dig at the government, the ex-Congress chief told reporters this afternoon: "The entire country is being pushed to corner and being beaten up. What's the big deal if I was pushed. It's our job to protect the country, we have to stand with the farmers. The government is such that if we stand against them, we will be pushed. Dhakka kha lenge, lathi kha lenge (we will bear the push and the lathis)."