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The photo is from Delhi. During the protest against agricultural laws here, farmers shouted slogans against the central government.

Today was the 45th day of the farmers’ agitation against the new agricultural laws. In the recent past, farmers are starting to feel disheartened to see no result. Meanwhile, an angry 40-year-old farmer, killed by poisoning on the Singhu border, on Saturday. So far 55 farmers associated with the movement have died. Some of these have committed suicide and many have lost their lives due to diseases, cold and heart attack.

Went backstage and ate sulfos
According to the news agency, the farmer leader was giving a speech from the stage on Saturday evening at the border. At the same time, 40-year-old Amarinder Singh, who came from Fatehgarh Sahib in Punjab, went backstage and ate sulfos. He came in front of the stage shouting. They fainted while talking while falling down. Foam started coming out of their mouths. The farmers present on the spot took him to the nearby Frank Institute of Medical Sciences Hospital where he succumbed during treatment. Police say that no suicide note has been found so far.

Congress will encircle the Raj Bhavan across the country
The Congress has decided to stage a sit-in outside the Raj Bhavan across the country on January 15 against agricultural laws. Congress leaders said that Congress workers will surround the Rajbhav of every state.

More than 100 MPs wrote letter to UK PM

Meanwhile, UK Labor Party MP Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi has written a letter to PM Boris Johnson on the issue of farmers. It has signatures of more than 100 MPs. Through the letter, it was demanded that Johnson raise this issue in front of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

It is written in the letter that Prime Minister Boris Johnson understands the importance of the right to perform peacefully. He also has full understanding of the issue. In a message on social media, Dhesi said that he is grateful to the more than 100 MPs and Lords who signed the letter.

He has expressed concern for the protesting Indian farmers. He hoped that Boris Johnson would be quick to raise the issue to the Indian Prime Minister, so that the deadlock could be ended.

Earlier, 36 MPs wrote letters

Earlier, 36 UK MPs led by Dhesi had written to Commonwealth Secretary Dominic Raab and asked him to talk to the Indian government. All these MPs are supporters of the protesting farmers.

In a letter written on 5 January, it has been said that the issue has troubled the Indian diaspora community, especially those coming from Punjabi or Sikh backgrounds and those associated with farming in India. Demonstrations have been performed throughout the UK on this issue.

Mayawati said – government withdraw the law

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) national president Mayawati has once again demanded the withdrawal of these laws. He wrote on social media on Saturday that the failure to negotiate between the farmers and the central government is a matter of concern. He said that the central government should solve this problem soon by accepting the demand of farmers to withdraw the new agricultural laws.

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