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Asked about the farmer, got the answer about Pakistan, why Britain’s PM was confused

new Delhi: The agitation of the farmers is continuing against the three agricultural laws of the Center. The same issue was raised by MP Taranjit Singh Dhesi in the British Parliament today. He said that the police took action against the farmers during the peaceful demonstration. The Labor MP said that will PM Boris Johnson inform India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi about our concerns?

To answer this, PM Boris Johnson got confused. He raised concerns on India-Pakistan issues. Boris Johnson said, “Our view is that we certainly have serious concerns about what is happening between India and Pakistan, but this issue is important for the governments of both countries.”

Taranjit Singh Dhesi has shared a video of his questions and answers to the Prime Minister on Twitter. He wrote, “Water was bombarded, tear gas shells were released on farmers protesting peacefully in India against the Farmers Bill 2020. Many people were horrified to see this. Everyone has the fundamental right to protest peacefully. But it can help whom our PM is talking about.

Let me tell you that recently a group of 36 MPs from different parties in Britain wrote to Foreign Minister Dominic Raab that he was aware of his Indian counterpart S. Jaishankar about the impact of the peasant movement in India on British Punjabi people Get it done.

Reacting to the statements of foreign leaders, India has said that such comments are based on misleading information and such comments are inappropriate as the matter pertains to the internal affairs of a democratic country.


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