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Sonia Gandhi to hold meeting with party general secretaries, in-charges on farmers issue

IndiaTimes Saturday, 9 January 2021 ()
According to sources, a virtual meeting has been called to discuss the situation and to chalk out a strategy to support farmers protests. Congress has been in support of the farmers in their movement against the new farm laws enacted by the Centre in September. Gandhi had earlier issued a statement that since Independence the current government has been the "most egoistic" government and had advised the Centre to repeal these laws and do "Raj Dharma".
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