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There is growing concern in other countries regarding farmers' protests, says Rajasthan CM

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 1 December 2020
"Centre's invitation to farmer unions for talks is a step in the right direction but taken too late. There is a growing concern not only in the country but in other countries as well, where a sizable number of Persons of Indian Origin live, regarding protest of farmers in India," tweeted Gehlot. The Rajasthan CM also called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resolve the matter.
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