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Sardar Bhupinder Singh Mann, born in Gujranwala on 15 September 1939 was nominated to the Rajya Sabha in 1990 by the Honorable President of India as recognition to his contribution to the farmers' struggle. He served from 1990–1996. His family moved from Lyallpur, now Faislabad during partition to settle at Batala. His father S. Anoop Singh was a prominent landlord of the area and Chak 207 in Faislabad is still named after him.

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‘Farm laws meant to finish farmers’: Rahul, Priyanka join Congress’ protest [Video]

‘Farm laws meant to finish farmers’: Rahul, Priyanka join Congress’ protest

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday along with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, led the protest to show solidarity with the farmers' agitation against the farm laws by gheraoing the Raj Niwas in the capital...

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 04:53Published

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