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Sonu Sood said on Kisan Anodlan – I am sad to see the plight of farmers from Punjab itself

Mumbai. Popular actor Sonu Sood said on Friday that he is very sad to see the plight of farmers opposing the three new agricultural laws. Along with this, he hoped to solve their problems.

Thousands of farmers from Haryana, Punjab and other states are protesting against the new agricultural laws on the Delhi border, fearing that this will end the MSP system and they will be controlled by big corporates.

Sonu Sood was highly appreciated for his efforts to help migrant workers during the Corona virus epidemic this year. The actor said that he does not want to get into the debate as to who is right or who is wrong, rather he only wants that the problems of the farmers are resolved in time.

Sood said, ‘It is very sad. I know that there is a solution to every problem. I was born and grew up in Punjab, I have spent time with farmers and I believe that the Punjabi community can be celebrated with love if we give them time. ‘ Sood said this during an online program called ‘We the Women’, where he was interacting with journalist Barkha Dutt.Delhi farmers agitated since 24 days

Let us tell that farmers have been agitating on different boundaries of Delhi for the last 24 days. Along with the government, now the court is also insisting on finding a solution. On the other hand, All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) said on Friday that the government needs to find a solution to the ongoing farmers’ agitation against the three new agricultural laws, not the Supreme Court.

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Kisan Sabha, one of the 40 farmers’ organizations involved in the Kisan agitation under the banner of United Kisan Morcha, is leading the ‘Delhi Chalo’ campaign and says that first a farmer organization has approached the court to intervene in the case. Did not request

Senior organization leader P. Krishna Prasad said, ‘The government needs to find a solution, not the Supreme Court. This is also clearly stated in the court order. We did not go to court because of the understanding that this struggle of farmers is against government policies and the executive has to solve the crisis.

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