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Watch: Tractor set ablaze near India Gate by Punjab Youth Congress workers

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Watch: Tractor set ablaze near India Gate by Punjab Youth Congress workers

Watch: Tractor set ablaze near India Gate by Punjab Youth Congress workers

Punjab Youth Congress workers staged a protest against the farm laws near India Gate in Delhi on September 28.

A tractor was also set ablaze by the protestors.

They were protesting against the farm reforms and other issues.

According to Delhi Police, around 15- 20 persons gathered and tried to set a tractor on fire.

The fire has been doused off and tractor was also removed.

Probe in the matter is underway.


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