Farmer agitation may soon become international issue, says Subramanian Swamy

The BJP MP says human rights groups plan to approach the International Labour Organisation of the United Nations on the issue of farmers’ agitation

Farmer agitation may soon become international issue, says Subramanian Swamy

Subramanian Swamy. PTI file

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, February 13

Subramanian Swamy took to Twitter on Saturday to criticise the Centre’s treatment of the farmers’ agitation.

The BJP MP said the farmers agitation may soon become an international issue as human rights groups plan to approach the International Labour Organisation of the United Nations.

“The farmer agitation may soon become an international issue. Human rights groups plan to approach the International Labour Organisation, UN Body, in which India is a member, which could take it up. As Chairman of Labour Standards, I produced, in 1996, a three volume Report for Govt,” Swamy tweeted.

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