China and Pakistan behind farmers protest in India: Haryana Minister

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Haryana Agriculture Minister JP Dalal has blamed foreign forces like China and Pakistan for “trying to destabilise the situation in India by advancing the farmers.”

He said the foreign forces do not like the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“It is not about the farmer, it is about foreign forces. They gather support in the name of farmers; it is not right to cook political bread,” Dalal was quoted as saying by Times Now.

Haryana Agriculture Minister JP Dalal on Wednesday blamed foreign forces like China and Pakistan for “trying to destablise the situation in India by advancing the farmers.” He said the foreign forces do not like the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“It is not about the farmer, it is about foreign forces. They gather support in the name of farmers; it is not right to cook political bread,” Dalal said.

Haryana Agriculture Minister JP Dalal on Wednesday blamed foreign forces like China and Pakistan for “trying to destablise the situation in India by advancing the farmers.” He said the foreign forces do not like the face of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“It is not about the farmer, it is about foreign forces. They gather support in the name of farmers; it is not right to cook political bread,” Dalal said.

Farmers, especially in Punjab and Haryana, have been protesting against the three agriculture laws enacted by the central government. The agitating farmers believe that this is a precursor to the large-scale withdrawal of government support from farming, and will only replace existing middlemen with more powerful corporate entities.

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