Braving rain, Haryana Congress MLAs march to Governor’s House against farm laws

They are stopped near the Governor's House

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 4

Haryana Congress MLAs led by former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday marched towards the Governor’s House here, demanding that the three farm laws be repealed.

The MLAs marched despite the rain. They were stopped near the Governor's House.

Heavy police contingent was present on the scene.

Also read: Opposition tears into govt’s handling of farmers’ protest, says monologue should stop

After some time, the rain increased but the Congress MLAs kept raising slogans against the Khattar government.

Finally, they ended the agitation.

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