Farmers’ protests in India have intensified.
According to the news agency, the train service has also been severely affected due to the ongoing protests of farmers against the controversial agricultural laws in India.
In India, farmers have staged sit-ins at various places in Haryana and Punjab, blocking various highways.
Farmers are also protesting against the controversial agricultural laws on the Ghazipur border between the Indian capital New Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, which has led to the cancellation of several train services.
According to the news agency, supply of vegetables and milk has also been announced across India.
It is to be noted that the farmers’ protest against the controversial agricultural laws in India has been going on since November 26 on the border of New Delhi.