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Congress and opposition parties have been targetting the government over the ongoing farm laws, demanding the rollback of these newly-enacted legislations.

Priyanka Gandhi to camp in Lucknow: Cong General Secretary has asked party workers to strengthen the party at the Nyay Panchayat level, form committees for the same and hold meetings. Along with this, state office bearers have been appointed as observers.

I-T department and Enforcement Department is probing Vadra under the provisions of Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) pertaining to allegations of money laundering in the purchase of a London-based property at 12, Bryanston Square.

Amid the prevailing deadlock between farmers and the Central government over the new farm laws, the agitation of farmers entered the 32nd day on Monday. While the protests at the Ghazipur border that started on November 28 entered the 30th day today.

Priyanka Gandhi said that sometimes BJP says Congress is so weak that they do not qualify as Opposition but on the other hand they claim the Congress party to be powerful enough to make farmers camp at the Delhi borders.

Priyanka Gandhi Detained: Delhi Police detained Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and other party leaders on Thursday for taking out a march to Rashtrapati Bhavan to meet President Ram Nath Kovind and submit a memorandum containing two crore signatures seeking his intervention in farm laws issue.

In the letter, the copy of which was posted on her Twitter handle, Priyanka said that her mind got "disturbed" after seeing the photographs of the bodies of "gaumata" from Saujna in Lalitpur.

Meanwhile, Congress has been attacking the UP government over the state of law and order, alleging that criminal activities are rampant, a claim denied by the Adityanath dispensation.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday came out all guns blazing against Congress for its "selective outrage" in wake of the alleged rape and killing of a six-year-old girl, belonging to a migrant family from Bihar, in Punjab.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday shared a video by the late leader in which he had slammed the UP government over its handling of the Hathras incident, and police high handedness against Opposition.