This time the letter was sent to the Foreign Secretary of Britain and all the 37 MPs of that country about the farmers' protest


Bengali Hunt Desk: After the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, this time 36 British MPs expressed their anger over the controversial agricultural law and farmers' protest. They have already written a letter to Dominic Raab, the country's foreign secretary. Concerned about the Sikhs living in the UK, they demanded a meeting soon.

The British lawmakers referred to the Centre's agricultural law as a 'death warrant'. At the same time, they hope that as a result, three crore Punjabis will face great difficulties. “Farmers in Punjab are considered the backbone of the economy,” the letter said. And farmers are one of the biggest factors in national and state politics. As a result, this incident has naturally created a rift between all the political leaders of the Center and Punjab.

Incidentally, a few days ago, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau supported the farmers' revolt. He said he supported the peaceful protest of the farmers. “I have heard of the peasant revolt in India,” Trudeau said at an online event marking Guru Nanak's birth anniversary. The situation is quite worrying. I know many of you have joined this protest. I mean, Canada is on the side of peaceful peasant protests. We always believe in negotiation. We will also talk to the Indian administration about this so that all the problems can be resolved. '