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Farmer leaders as 'extremists': Govt prepares a fallback narrative

Government leaders are talking about the subversive intent of "Urban Naxalites" or of "Khalistanis" alleged to have infiltrated the movement

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farmers protest | Narendra Modi | Farm Bills

Bharat Bhushan 



Bharat Bhushan

It would seem that the government is preparing a fallback narrative in case the stalemate with agitating farmers continues. It has begun putting its weight behind allegations that the agitation has been hijacked by “extremist” elements.

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First Published: Mon, December 14 2020. 07:58 IST

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