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'Govt's tactics to break protest: BKU Chief on NIA's notice

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'Govt's tactics to break protest: BKU Chief on NIA's notice

'Govt's tactics to break protest: BKU Chief on NIA's notice

Bharatiya Kisan Union Chief Gurnam Singh Chaduni on NIA's notice and other allegations said that these are government's tricks to break the protest but they won't be successful.

Chaduni further said that the allegations can't be of Sanyukta Kisan Morcha instead it is of Shivkumar Singh's who himself is RSS agent.

Gurnam Singh Chaduni said, "This can't be the allegation of Sanyukta Kisan Morcha but an individual.

These are Kakka ji's allegations who himself is RSS agent.

He was head of Rashtriya Kisan Sangh for a long time, a branch of RSS.

They're trying to divide and rule.

We will issue a notice to the newspaper that published the article, as well as Kakka.

He should have provided some evidence.

These are tricks of the government trying to break the protest and they won't be successful."


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