Over a fortnight ago, another farmer from Haryana had allegedly consumed a poisonous substance at the Tikri border.
Government notice quoted more than half a dozen Supreme Court judgments including of constitutional benches as to what is public order and what the rights of authorities are.
Tens of thousands of farmers have been protesting at three border points on the outskirts of Delhi demanding a complete repeal of the three farm laws.
Several opposition members raised slogans against the laws and demanded discussion on the farmers' protest while the Upper House of Parliament was taking up the Question Hour.
Sidhu was present at the Red Fort when a religious flag and a farmer flag were put at the flagpole at the historic monument, triggering massive outrage.
The premises of the historic monument was vandalized as the protesters went on a rampage destroying checking machines, ticket counters, furniture, and everything that came in their way.
“Our staff went to the village and convinced both the parties yesterday. But on Wednesday, Srinivas Reddy came to the police station and tried to consume the pesticide. Noticing this, I snatched away the pesticide bottle and rushed him to MGM hospital in Warangal. His condition is stable,” the SI said.
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The victim, identified as Gogu naresh (29) was electrocuted from motor pump at agricultural field
The Centre had offered to put on hold the three laws for 12-18 months and also set up a joint committee to find solutions.
The victims were identified as Paleti Ramu (32), a farmer, and Kotte Gopi (23), a private electrician, both natives of Ramapuram village
Kotapalli Sub-Inspector Ravi Kumar said that the deceased was Omkari Gattumallu, a resident of Royyalapalli
Commenting on the incident, the state president of the BKU, Rajbir Singh, said all those farmers who died during the protest against the farm laws must get the status of a martyr
Citing a media report alleging the new laws used to dupe farmers, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, and "Farmers in India are agitating against anti-agricultural laws to avoid such a tragedy. In this Satyagraha, we all have to support the annadata of the country."
TS Agriculture Minister termed the Centre's decision not to withdraw the new farm laws or make changes to meet the demands of farmers as unfortunate
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