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India has suspended mobile Internet access in เกมสล็อตฟรี three areas around the capital, Delhi, where farmers are showing hunger in protest against new agricultural laws.The government said the shutdown would continue until Sunday night to "Security of the people"Tens of thousands of protestant farmers have been camping in the outskirts of Delhi for more than a month.

Talks between trade unions and the government have failed to stall.The protests made international headlines on Tuesday when the tractor rallies ended in violent clashes that killed demonstrators and injured dozens of police officers.


Some protesters stormed Delhi's historic Red Fort and occupied it until the police pushed them back.On Saturday, the Interior Ministry said mobile internet services were suspended at Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri, the districts where farmers gathered - until 11:00 PM (5:30 PM GMT) on Sunday.The farmer leader said Saturday's one-day hunger strike was set to coincide with the death anniversary of independence leader Mahatma Gandhi.The farmers' movements are peaceful and will be peaceful," said union leader Darshan Pal.Protesters themselves reacted angrily to the shutdown, Reuters reported. Sandee Sharma, a farmer, accused officials of trying to Bhavesh Yadav, another one,


said it was "alarming," said the other. "Killing democracy The government action comes amid growing tensions in areas where farmers live.On Friday, clashes took place in Singhu when a group of unidentified men got close to farmers and reportedly left.The farmer said the men threw stones at them and destroyed the tents. Several cases of injuries were reported. Indian media said the man was a local who accused protesters of harassing peace and destroying the local economy.



What is the proposed agricultural reform?


The law loosened regulations on the sale, pricing and storage of farm produce, which have protected India's farmers from free markets for decades.Farmers fear the new law will threaten decades-old concessions, such as assured prices, and weaken their bargaining power, putting them at risk of being exploited by private companies.India's Prime Minister Narendra Mod defended the reforms. But the law is like "Execution warrant" by the trade union Agriculture employs about half of India's 1.3 billion people.


But this sector accounts for only one-sixth of the gross domesticproduct (GDP), which measures the value of goods and services produced in the economy.Falling output and a lack of modernization, analysts say, have reduced incomes and a decades-long agriculture mess in India.At the same time, the government offers subsidies to farmers, exempting income taxes and crop insurance, guaranteeing minimum prices for many crops, and exempting debt on a regular basis.

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