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Farmer
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UP farmer destroys crop in support of agitation

Ahlawat, whose father Sanjeev Kumar owns over 40 bigha farmland, is heard saying in the video, “You can see my standing wheat crop. I am destroying it in front of everyone in support of the ongoing farmers’ protest. I do not want these farm laws to be imposed upon us.”
Mahapanchayat
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Farmers’ mahapanchayat begins in UP’s Bijnor

Earlier, mahapanchayats had taken place in Muzaffarnagar, Mathura and Baghpat districts, with each such congregation witnessing a turnout of thousands of people and resolving to extend support to the ongoing stir at the Delhi's borders.
Red Fort
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Deep Sidhu, Lakha Sidhana named in Red Fort FIR

The Delhi Police on Wednesday issued notice to farmer leader Darshan Pal asking him to explain why legal action should not be initiated against him, post violence during the rogue rally on the Republic Day.
narendra singh tomar
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Ready for any alternative to law repeal demand, Tomar to farmers

Tomar, who is leading the negotiations on behalf of the government, has repeatedly reiterated that whatever provisions would be appropriate in the interests of the farmers of the country, the Modi government would consider including them in the new farm laws.
Kisan Union Leader
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Ninth round of govt-farmers talks underway

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Railways, Commerce and Food Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce Som Parkash, who is an MP from Punjab, are holding the talks with the representatives of around 40 farmer unions at the Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi.
Amarinder Singh
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Punjab CM appeals to farmers not to damage mobile towers

Amarinder Singh pointed out that the prolonged economic crisis, which would be aggravated as a result of telecom service disruption in the state, would have a trigger-effect on the agriculture sector, as well as the farming community too.
Rahul Gandhi
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MP govt blames Congress as few state farmers join Delhi agitation

Those working among farmers believe that most of them in Madhya Pradesh own small land holdings, that is, one to five acres of land only. Farmers in tribal area have even less land holdings. Since most of them use the crop yield for the sustenance of their families and sell it in their villages itself, they do not have to visit agricultural markets.