NEW DELHI: As farmers take the centrestage in Lutyen’s Delhi after being allowed to protest at Jantar Mantar against the controversial agriculture laws, the Congress on Thursday changed its strategy in Lok Sabha and started protesting against the government in support of farmer’s demand of withdrawal of all three controversial agriculture laws.
Prior to raising farmers’ issue, the Congress had joined other opposition parties in taking on the government over the Pegasus ‘hacking’ controversy which led to repeated disruption of Lok Sabha.
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