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AAP MLAs protest against Punjab govt, demand state assembly to pass resolution against Farm Laws

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AAP MLAs protest against Punjab govt, demand state assembly to pass resolution against Farm Laws

AAP MLAs protest against Punjab govt, demand state assembly to pass resolution against Farm Laws

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs protested against Punjab government on October 19.

They demanded that state assembly should pass resolution against recently enacted Farm Laws.

While speaking to ANI, AAP MLA and Leader of Opposition in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha, Harpal Singh Cheema said, "Punjab government is in favour of these black laws.

AAP will expose how they are colluding with the Centre over these."


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