Farmers have been protesting at different borders of the national capital since November 26, 2020, against the farm laws
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Bharat Bandh is like a warning call to the centre by the farmers who consider their demands “non-negotiable”.
Farmers have been protesting at the borders of the national capital for the past 11 days now against the three farm laws. The Centre is engaging with farmers to settle their differences.
Yograj recently courted controversy during the protest with a provocative speech that is now being dubbed as Anti-Hindu and as an insult to Hindu women.
As the agitating farmers lock Delhi borders, Congress and AAP can be seen vying for extending support to their cause. But, is it genuine concern or is there some hidden motive? Facts show disparity in their words and actions.
Thousands of commuters travelling to Delhi from other states remain stranded on the National Highway 44 on Friday, 27 November, due to the blockade of roads by the Haryana Police who have barricaded a 15-km stretch in Karnal to stop the farmers from dissenting against the three contentious farmer laws passed by the Centre.
Capt Amarinder said if the farm laws are not revoked, angry youth can come out on the streets to join the farmers, leading to chaos.
Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal introduced the Bill seeking Amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, during the special Assembly session today.
Reaching out to farmer community, BJP's former General Secretary Anil Jain listed out benefits of Agricultural bills and how this will begin a 'new era of happiness' for farmers.