Farmers Burn Copies Of New Farm Law On Lohri In Punjab, Haryana, Delhi & Other Places

INDIA Team Latestly|

Farmers on January 13 burnt copies of the Centre's three new farm laws at several places on Lohri as a mark of protest against the legislations. The harvest festival of Lohri is celebrated in Punjab, Haryana and other parts of north India. Bonfires are an important part of the festivities. Protesting farmers owing allegiance to different farm bodies held protests in Punjab & other places and burnt copies of new agriculture laws. Farmers also shouted slogans against the BJP-led Centre and slammed the government for not acceding to their demands. They demanded that the new farm laws should be repealed. Farmers including women burnt the copies of the farm laws. Farmers also burnt copies of the new farm laws at many places including Hoshiarpur, Sangrur and Kapurthala in Punjab. Farmers in Haryana also burnt the copies of the farm laws. Agitated farmers burnt copies of the new farm laws across Uttarakhand’s US Nagar district as well.

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