Farm Laws News

Red Fort Violence: Delhi Police nabs Khempreet Singh, Maninderjit Singh

Red Fort Violence: Delhi Police nabs Khempreet Singh, Maninderjit Singh

New Delhi: In connection to Red Fort violence case of Republic day, Delhi Police Crime Branch made two more arrests -One Dutch national Maninderjit Singh, who is settled in Birmingham, UK and another accused Khempreet Singh, who assaulted police official on duty with spear inside the walls of iconic red

More than 40,000 women farmers to lead protest at Delhi border today

More than 40,000 women farmers to lead protest at Delhi border today

New Delhi: Thousands of female farmers will reportedly stage demonstration, against Centre’s three contentious agricultural laws, at the borders of Delhi on Monday that is coinciding with the occasion of women’s day. As per farmers’ union, more than 40,000 women from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh are reaching the borders

Farmers’ protest: Section 144 imposed in Lucknow amid fear of violence

Farmers’ protest: Section 144 imposed in Lucknow amid fear of violence

Lucknow: The Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government in Uttar Pradesh has imposed Section 144 of the CrPC in Lucknow “with immediate effect” till April 5 in order to maintain the law and order situation in the state capital. In a statement issued on Monday evening, Lucknow Joint Commissioner of Police (Law

Farmer leader to visit 5 states to gather support for farmers’ protest

Farmer leader to visit 5 states to gather support for farmers’ protest

Ghaziabad: Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait will reportedly tour five states in March to gather support for the ongoing protest against Centre’s new farm laws, a Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) official said on Saturday. Mr Tikait, a prominent face of the ongoing farmers’ protest, will begin the tour from March 1,

India, UN human rights chief clash over farmers protests against new farm laws

India, UN human rights chief clash over farmers protests against new farm laws

New Delhi: India government and UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet came to blows as the latter accused the Centre over farmers’ protests and its recent action against journalists and activists. In its response, the ruling BJP government said Bachelet’s observations lacked both “objectivity and impartiality”. During her global update

Delhi Court reserves order on activist Disha Ravi’s bail plea for Tuesday

Delhi Court reserves order on activist Disha Ravi’s bail plea for Tuesday

New Delhi: The Delhi court on Saturday reserved its order on ‘toolkit’ case accused and climate activist Disha Ravi’s bail plea for February 23. Today’s hearing on the controversial ‘toolkit’ case was held by additional sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana at Patiala House Court in Delhi. Arguing Delhi police charges of

Farmers pledge to intensify stir; Unions gear up for ‘Rail Roko’ protest

Farmers pledge to intensify stir; Unions gear up for ‘Rail Roko’ protest

New Delhi: In order to make their long neglected voice heard, protesting farmers have adopted a new strategy to draw Centre’s attention to their issues against government’s newly formed farm laws. Alleging that the ruling party is trying to counter and destroy their movement instead of instead of working on resolving

Cong sweeps Punjab urban body polls, BJP faces fire amid farmers’ protest

Cong sweeps Punjab urban body polls, BJP faces fire amid farmers’ protest

Chandigarh: Registering a clean victory in Punjab’s urban body polls, Congress party on Wednesday bagged all the seven municipal corporations in the state for which the results were declared today: Moga, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala, Abohar, Pathankot, Batala, and last but not the least Bathinda, which saw congress return after 53 years.

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