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New Delhi: Veteran of three wars, Amarjeet Singh is one of the protesters who are protesting against new farm laws. Currently, the age of the veteran of the 1962, 1965, and 1971 wars is 85 years.
According to the Telegraph report, the retired army subedar who left his village in Gurdaspur District, Punjab on December 14 is spending nights in a tractor-trolley in the chilling winter.
Will not return to village until govt repeals law: Veteran Despite the cold wave in the region, the veteran said that he will not return to the village until the government repeals the new farm laws.
Talking to a media person, he said that if new laws are not repealed, farming will come to an end.
Meanwhile, Kulwant Singh, Sarpanch of the Balyali gram Panchayat in Mohali District, Punjab who is also a member of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Sidhupur) explained how the pass-the-baton system works.
He said that around one thousand persons from villages of Mohali are at the protest site. They reached the site in tractor-trolleys along with food, mattresses, blankets, medicines and clothes.


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