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CPI (M) workers wear vegetables to protest against farm bills in Tamil Nadu

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CPI (M) workers wear vegetables to protest against farm bills in Tamil Nadu

CPI (M) workers wear vegetables to protest against farm bills in Tamil Nadu

Communist Party of India (Marxist) workers held a unique protest at Thangachimadam Island in Rameshwaram on September 19.

Protest was against the passage of agriculture reform bills in the Lok Sabha.

Protestors wore vegetables around their neck to show their outrage.

Country is witnessing protests in different parts over the passage of agriculture reform bills.

Where central government is standing firm on their decision, their ally Akali Dal quit the Union Cabinet in protest against the bill.


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