Manjit Singh intv - Indian farmers are branded "terrorists" for demanding fair crop prices

Interview Manjit Singh, Agricultural Union leader, farmers are described as "terrorists" by the Indian government when demanding fair prices for their crops, which is why protests have been organised (BBC News 10pm bulletin - 14/02/24 - AEXZ288W)
Interview Manjit Singh, Agricultural Union leader, farmers are described as "terrorists" by the Indian government when demanding fair prices for their crops, which is why protests have been organised (BBC News 10pm bulletin - 14/02/24 - AEXZ288W)
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14 February, 2024
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Punjab, India
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