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Farmers Protest: Farmers say there's lack of cleanliness at the site

By Rajan Nath -- December 15, 2020 12:12 pm -- Updated:Feb 15, 2021

While farmers have decided to intensify the protest in India against the farm laws 2020 at the Singhu border, the farmers say that there has been a lack of cleanliness at the site.

A farmer who has been identified as Bhaag Singh from Sangrur in Punjab said that the "Administration was totally at fault for not providing water in washrooms here."

Amid farmers protest in India against farm laws 2020 at Singhu border, the farmers say that there has been a lack of cleanliness at the site.

"We'll die of diseases but we won't leave till our demands are met," said Bhaag Singh, a farmer from Sangrur, Punjab.

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Meanwhile, Rampal Jat, Kisan Mahapanchayat, at Jaisinghpur-Khera border, said that "The three farm laws are set to benefit businessmen, not farmers."

Similarly, the Rapid Action Force (RAF) & additional forces have been deployed at Singhu (Delhi-Haryana) border as the farmers' protest entered its 20th day.

Amid farmers protest in India against farm laws 2020 at Singhu border, the farmers say that there has been a lack of cleanliness at the site.

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Likewise, JS Gill, Congress MP from Khadoor Sahib, Punjab, protesting at Delhi's Jantar Mantar in support of farmers, said that "I have information that Adani and Ambani groups registered 53 new agro-based companies in the last few months."

Amid farmers protest in India against farm laws 2020 at Singhu border, the farmers say that there has been a lack of cleanliness at the site.

"We'll continue our protest till the farmers are not heard," he added.

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Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait at the Ghazipur border stated that the Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar was also a farmer. "At what rate was his farm produce sold, was it sold at MSP? Did he suffer loss or earned profit?... The government should visit villages and hold meetings," he added.

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