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Congress to launch nationwide protest against farm bills from Sept 24


Team Udayavani, Sep 21, 2020, 8:02 PM IST

Congress party leaders said that they will launch nationwide agitation from September 24 to mark their protest over passage of two farm bills by Parliament

It will also initiate a campaign for collective two crore signatures of farmers and the poor against these proposed legislations

The decision for a nationwide protest was taken at a meeting of general secretaries of the party and in-charge of states. The meeting was also attended by Uttar Pradesh general secretary Priyanka Vadra Gandhi.

 

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