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Congress, NCP wanted to bring farm laws but couldn't stand pressure: Narendra Tomar

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Congress, NCP wanted to bring farm laws but couldn't stand pressure: Narendra Tomar

Congress, NCP wanted to bring farm laws but couldn't stand pressure: Narendra Tomar

While addressing an event in national capital, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on December 28 said, "During UPA govt, Manmohan Singh and Sharad Pawar wanted to bring farm laws but they could not stand pressure and influence.

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