India: Farmer protest continues against enforcement of controversial agricultural laws


NEW DELHI: In New Delhi, hundreds of farmers are continuing their months-long protest against the enforcement of controversial agricultural laws by the Modi government. They have been camped out at the outskirts of the Indian capital.

The protesters told the media that this movement belongs to the masses which includes from the poorest to the richest farmer.   

Meanwhile, a leader of the Communist Party of India, Sitaram Yechury in his tweet said that the country-wide "rail rook" agitation of farmers have refuted the false claims of the Modi government that the farmers movement is confined up to only one state. 

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