Inspector Ravi Kumar of the Kundli police station in Sonipat said the man( farmer ) was taken to the local hospital in Sonipat, where he died
On Friday, farmers shouted slogans in protests against the New Agricultural Law on the border of Star Lake in New Delhi.
Police said a 40-year-old Punjab farmer was arrested during a protest against the Central Farm Law at the Singh border. He allegedly died after eating some toxic substances on Saturday night.
Farmer Amarinder Singh is a resident of Fatehgarh Sahib district in Punjab. Inspector Ravi Kumar of the Kundli police station in Sonipat said the man was taken to the local hospital in Sonipat, where he died.
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Farmers from all over the country, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, have set up camps at different border points in Delhi for more than a month. Now they are demanding the repeal of the three agricultural laws. Passed by a vote in Parliament.
The central government expects these three laws to be major reforms in the agricultural sector, which will eliminate middlemen and allow farmers to sell them anywhere in the country.
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However, protesting farmers expressed concern that the new law would pave the way to eliminate the safety buffer of minimum support prices and abolish the Mandy system, leaving them at the mercy of big companies.
The government has repeatedly claimed that the MSP and Mandi systems will be retained, and accused the opposition of misleading farmers.