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Anti-agricultural law Sikh protesters chant ‘Nara-e-Takbir, Allah-Hu-Akbar’: Watch video

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These days, a video is going viral on social media, in which the anti-agricultural law Sikh protesters, ‘Nara-e-Takbir, Allah hu AkbarCan be heard chanting ‘. Apart from this, protesters chanted ‘Kisan-Mazdoor Ekta Zindabad’ and anti-Modi slogans.

People expressed their displeasure over the matter on social media. Looking at the video, it seems that these people are sitting in a moving vehicle. These people have tied a turban or a scarf over their head. He also raised many slogans including ‘Sat Sri Akal’ and ‘Modi Sarkar Murdabad’.

Although it is not clear where the video is from or where it was shot, it appears that the video was captured during an ongoing movement against agricultural laws passed by Parliament.

The video shared on social media is 45 seconds long. The protests have been going on for the past few months and it is not yet clear how long they will end. Delhi Police has strengthened the borders in Delhi following the uproar of protesters in the national capital on Republic Day.

Significantly, a video came out recently, in which ‘protesting’ women were praying for the death of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Earlier, Yograj Singh, father of former cricketer Yuvraj Singh, gave a provocative speech in the ‘Kisan Andolan’. Taking the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, he said that if he has the courage to come alone and talk to the farmers. While speaking to a Punjabi news channel, he also supported the threats given to kill PM Modi. Yograj Singh said that he has seen the faces of other BJP leaders including PM Modi, they all look ‘like devils’.

Another similar video was revealed in which a so-called farmer could be heard saying clearly that just as Indira Gandhi thrashed him, so would Narendra Modi. In one video, the protester was also refusing to speak ‘Jai Hind’. While all this was going on, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA from Okhla, Amanatullah Khan was present there.

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