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Farmers take off their tents from Chilla border after Republic Day violence - Watch

DNA Wednesday, 27 January 2021
The farmers at Chilla border started retreating hours after two of the farm unions Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan and BKU (Bhanu) ended protest.
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News video: Violence erupts at Singhu Border: Alipur SHO injured | Oneindia News

Violence erupts at Singhu Border: Alipur SHO injured | Oneindia News 01:03

Police unleashed lathicharge after the situation at Singhu border quickly deteriorated on Friday. It is reported that the SHO of Alipur was injured in the scuffle that broke out at the site where heavy security was deployed after the Republic Day violence. #SinghuBorder #FarmersProtest #Alipur

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