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Bhupinder Singh Mann recuses from Supreme Court-appointed committee panel on farm laws

IndiaTimes Thursday, 14 January 2021
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Bhupinder Singh Mann, a member of the Supreme Court-formed committee over farm laws, recused himself from it. "In view of prevailing sentiments and apprehensions amongst farm unions and public, I am ready to sacrifice any position so as not to compromise Punjab and farmers' interests," his letter...

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