Oppn insulting farmers by burning farm equipment: Modi

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published 3 weeks ago
In the wake of protests by farmers and various opposition parties against three new agriculture-related laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that those burning farm equipment to show their anger were "insulting farmers".​
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Published 3 weeks ago -  03:35
Farm laws: Punjab CM’s sit-in protest; DMK chief joins farmers in Kanchipuram
Farmers protest was joined by several political leaders across India. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh held a sit-in protest in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar. Meanwhile, DMK President joined farmers protest in Tamil Nadu’s Kanchipuram. Farmers have been protesting across the nation over the three farm bills, now law. Farmers called for a ‘bandh’ in Karnataka, which was supported by JD(S) and Congress. Watch the full video for more details.

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