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Young farmers, student organisations and other youth groups, under the banner of Naujawan Kisan Ekta, today came out on the streets in large numbers to protest against the contentious farm Bills. It was the third day of protests by farmers over the passage of the Bills in Parliament.
The protesters raised slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and burnt his effigies to vent their anger against the government move. Heavy police deployment and barricades were seen as farmers on foot, tractors and two-wheelers carried out a protest march from Gurdwara Sahib Singh Shaheedan towards the Punjab Governor’s residence in Chandigarh via the Phase VII light point and YPS Chowk. However, Chandigarh cops stopped them at Sector 52, preventing their entry in the UT.

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