PA passes resolution for Indian farmers

Staff Reporter

The Punjab Assembly Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution, against the atrocities committed by the Indian government against protesting Indian farmers. The resolution was tabled by PML-N member Sardar Ramesh Singh Arora.

MPA Arora presented the resolution against the Indian atrocities against farmers, protesting against the three anti-farmer laws. The resolution read: “Modi government wants to bury Indian farmers. Indian farmers are protesting with children, women and elders in severe cold. This Assembly condemns violence against Indian farmers.” “India claims to be a democratic country but not even a single neighbour is safe from its evil,” the resolution said. Indian farmers camped outside the Indian capital Delhi border for over a month and as per media reports, clashes reported between law enforcement and protesting farmers last week asking to repeal the pro-industry laws.

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