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PM Narendra Modi's govt should not back down on the three farm laws

What's at risk isn't just a couple of laws, but India's commitment to the transition to a more environmentally sustainable and equitable growth model

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Narendra Modi | farmers' protest | Modi govt

Mihir Sharma | Bloomberg 



Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses during the release of financial assistance of around Rs 2,691 crores to 6,10,000 lakh beneficiaries in Uttar Pradesh, under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana - Gramin (PMAY-G) through video conferencing
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

India’s agitating farmers show no signs of fading away. Angry cultivators have been camped on the doorstep of Delhi for weeks through north India’s bitingly cold winter. They have shown a talent for staying in the headlines as well, with attention-grabbing stunts such as staging a tractor convoy to rival India’s official Republic Day parade.

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First Published: Tue, January 26 2021. 08:13 IST

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