Breaking: The Halla Bol of farmers from Delhi to Punjab, congress workers set fire to the tractor on Delhi's Rajpath


The opposition's opposition to the agriculture bills brought by the Modi government continues. On Monday, Congress workers set a tractor on fire in Delhi.

The demonstration has not stopped in the country against the agricultural bills brought by the central government. Areas such as Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, and western Uttar Pradesh are seeing its widespread impact. On Monday morning, Rajpath called the heart of Delhi, saw anger in protest against the bill. Here Congress workers set fire to a tractor and protested against agricultural bills.

Some Congress workers opposing the Farmers Law reached Rajpath on Monday morning with a tractor. Protesting the Agricultural Bill near India Gate, he set the tractor on fire. Immediately on reaching the spot, the traffic police and fire brigade managed to control the fire.

According to Delhi Police, around 7.15 am, 15-20 people, came near India Gate and set the tractor on fire. The police immediately reached the spot and extinguished the fire and removed the tractor from there.

Now the police have started the investigation in this matter, with the help of CCTV, the faces of those who set the tractor on fire. Legal action will be taken by the police in this case.

Let us tell you that the three agricultural bills have got the approval of President Ramnath Kovind, that is, these bills have now become law. However, in the meantime, demonstrations are being held in different parts of the country. Many parties of the opposition, including the Congress, are opposed to the law. Opposition parties met the President and appealed not to sign the bill, but it did not happen.

In Karnataka too, farmers have called a state bandh on Monday, mandis have been closed in protest against the Agriculture Bill. Also, shopkeepers have been appealed to keep the market closed. At the same time, all the shopkeepers who are closing their shops in support of the farmers, are being given flowers from the farmers.