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Greta Thunberg, Mia Khalifa and US vice-president Kamala Harris's niece lawyer Meena Harris were among international celebrities who tweeted in support of the ongoing protest by Indian farmers against the Centre's Farm Laws. While the nation stands divided over foreigners extending support to India's internal issue, here are the major public figures who decided to rally behind the ongoing protest at the borders of Delhi.
After 60 days of protesting and 11 meetings with government, the farmers entered Delhi city after a planned Tractors' rally went out of hand. With Delhi police restricting their entry, clashes broke out with cops and in the melee, one farmer died. Here are some pictures that tell the tale which unfolded in parallel with the Republic Day celebrations.
The farmers are protesting new laws they say will result in their exploitation by corporations, eventually rendering them landless. PM Narendra Modi's government, rattled by the growing rebellion, insists the reforms will benefit them. But the farmers aren’t yielding.
Farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other states have been protesting outside Delhi demanding changes in the new farm laws. The protests have garnered attention from all over the world. Here are some pictures taken by TNIE photojournalists showing how the farmers are surviving on the streets during their protest.
Thousands of farmers have reached the national capital on their tractor-trolleys and other vehicles, responding to the 'Delhi Chalo' call against the agri-marketing laws enacted at the Centre in September. Here is all you need to know about the farmers' protest.
Faced with bumper production of wheat in an election year, the Government on 27 April 2019 raised the import duty on wheat to 40 % from an already high 30% to discourage millers from buying wheat from abroad. (Photo | PTI)
The farmers sporting dark green flags and adorned in the colour in an effort to make themselves heard have started naked protest in the capital.
The Kisan Kranti Yatra, which began from Tikait Ghat in Haridwar on September 23, was joined by farmers from various parts of Uttar Pradesh.
Over 35,000 farmers from across Maharashtra, embarked on a `Long March' from Nashik on March 6 to press their various demands, arrived in Mumbai on Monday, 12th March.
The protesters held banners and raised slogans against the government. Terming the bandh as a "warning bell" to the state and central governments, the farmers demanded a solution at the earliest.