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Khalistan supporters have infiltrated farmer's protest: Attorney general to SC

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Attorney general (AG) K K Venugopal on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that Khalistan supporters have infiltrated the farmer's protest against the three farm laws.
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The Supreme Court today put on hold three farm laws of the Modi government against which the farmers have been protesting over 40 days at the Delhi border. In the hearing today at the apex court, the government argued that ''Khalistanis'' had infiltrated the protests. As Attorney General KK...

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Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel accused BJP of maligning any sort of protests. Baghel said that BJP called them Pakistani, Khalistani and even alleged them of being middleman's broker, but they won't be successful in their attempts in suppressing farmers. CM Bhupesh Baghel said, "Whenever there's a protest, BJP tries to malign it. As for protesting farmers, sometimes they (BJP) called them Pakistani or Khalistani. They even alleged that farmers are middleman's broker. NIA's notice has also been sent to the houses of the protesting farmers. Regardless of their attempts to suppress, farmers won't be scared."

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