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Watch: Tractor set on fire at Delhi's India Gate to protest against farm laws

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Watch: Tractor set on fire at Delhi's India Gate to protest against farm laws

Watch: Tractor set on fire at Delhi's India Gate to protest against farm laws

A tractor was set on fire near Delhi's India Gate on Monday morning to protest against the farm laws.

The protest was being held by Punjab Youth Congress workers.

Around 15 to 20 people had gathered at India Gate and set the tractor on fire.

Police said that the incident took place at around 7.15-7.30 am.

The fire was doused off and tractor was removed, police addd.

The incident comes amid protests by farmers and opposition parties.

Police said that they are trying to ascertain those involved.

The new farm laws have triggered protests across the country.

Opposition has claimed that the farm laws will harm farmers' interest, benefit corporates.

Centre has, however, said the proposed laws will benefit farmers' increase and their income.


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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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