Farm Bills Protest: Congress Workers Set Tractor On Fire At Rajpath
President Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to the three contentious Farm Bills passed by the Parliament that has led to farmers and Congress protesting
Some Congress workers opposing the Farm Bills, put a tractor on fire at Rajpath. A tractor was brought in the truck and was set on fire by protesting Congress workers. President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday (September 27) gave his assent to the three contentious Farm Bills passed by the Parliament that has seen farmers and the opposition hit the streets in protest, especially in Punjab and Haryana. A tractor was set on fire near India Gate in the heart of Delhi on Monday morning (September 28) during the protests against the controversial farm laws.
The police have removed the tractor and the fire has been put out by the fire department. “Today at around 7:15 am, some (15-20) persons carrying tractor in Tata 407 vehicle came at Rajpath, Man Singh Crossing. They offloaded the tractor and tried to set it ablaze. They claimed to be members of Youth Congress Punjab,” Delhi Police said in a statement. According to the police, the protestors had raised pro-Congress slogans. The Punjab Youth Congress live-streamed the morning protest at India Gate on its official Facebook page.
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