Haryana police fires tear gas shells at farmers protesting against Agriculture Bills

Chandigarh: Farmers' anger over the agriculture bill is gaining momentum. From western Uttar Pradesh to Haryana and Punjab, farmers have come to roads and are demanding to withdraw the bill. In this order, the Haryana police have fired tear gas shells at the farmers who are protesting.

It is also being said that many farmers have been taken into custody. The farmers who are demonstrating in this regard say that the ordinance is a death warrant of the farmers and will not tolerate it at any cost. They say that they are happy about what they are getting already. They want nothing more from the government. He further said that the government is working to sell its land to Adani and Ambani. 

They say "The government is deceiving the people because the three ordinances are for capitalists which will worsen the condition of the farmer even more." Farmers from all over the country have landed on the road and are engaged in protest. There are reports that the farmers are going to jam highways.

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