‘Farmers’ protest leaked audio: Protestor admits of camping at Ghazipur border for money and free liquor
An audio recording of a call believed to be that of a protesting 'farmer' has gone viral on social media.
As Priyanka Gandhi paints rioters as ‘farmers’, here’s a reminder how her father’s govt lathi-charged Rakesh Tikait’s father-led protest
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has tweeted in favour of the rioters. She wrote that it is a sin to threaten and terrify the 'farmers' of the country.
Ministers reportedly walk out of meeting after farmers refuse government’s proposal, 11th round of talks end in a stalemate
Protesting farmers do not agree to Govt's offer to put the farm laws on hold for two years and forming and committee
NDTV’s Ravish Kumar spreads fake news on paddy procurement by govt: Read full details of letter written by govt of India
PIB Additional Director General sent a letter to NDTV after Ravish Kumar used wrong data to accuse govt of lying about paddy procurement
‘If govt does not form a committee, we will stay the laws’: Supreme Court wades into the domain of Legislative discretion
Prior to this, SC raised concerns over 'farmers' protests turning into another superspreader Tablighi Jamaat event
The BKU chief said that today's 'Tractor March' would be a trailer of the 'Republic Day Parade' scheduled on January 26.
Farmers protests had earlier too seen children holding posters and banners at the protest site
Delhi: Punjab farmers’ road blockade disrupts supply chain, traders body claim Rs 27,000 crore losses incurred
The supply of goods to and from Delhi has been 'greatly affected' due to the ongoing farmers protest
Amid allegations that new farm laws will end MSP regime, govt’s paddy procurement at MSP surges 23 per cent
While farmers continue to protest against farm laws, Govt’s paddy procurement at MSP reaches a record high
Yogendra Yadav tries to snivel his way into farmer-govt talks after being thrown out by Modi govt: Read how
Yogendra Yadav was barred from negotiations with the government clarifying that it would not entertain politicians.