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PM doesn't respect farmers, wants to tire out those protesting against agri laws: Rahul

IndiaTimes Friday, 15 January 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not respect farmers and wants to tire out those protesting against the Centre's new agri laws, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi alleged on Friday. He also said that the talks that are being held with the protesting farmer leaders are part of the government's delaying tactics. Farmers will not relent till the laws are repealed, said Rahul Gandhi at Jantar Mantar, where he joined party MPs in their demonstration against the legislations.
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