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Farmers should not return empty-handed from Delhi: Meghalaya Governor Satyapal Malik

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The agitating farmers have got the support of Meghalaya Governor Satyapal Malik. Satyapal Malik said on Sunday that farmers should not return empty handed from the borders of Delhi. 

Malik also said that there should not be any atrocities against farmers.

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Satyapal Malik said on Sunday, “In the last visit, I had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah and requested him that no force should be used against the farmers.” I will help the farmers as far as possible. I can understand the pain of the farmers.”

Satyapal Malik said this at a program in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh. Malik said that sending empty hands to the farmers would not be a good move.

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Satyapal Malik said, “I told a close journalist of the Prime Minister that I have tried, now you can convince them that this is the wrong way.” It is not right to humiliate the farmers and send them from Delhi. At first they will not go and if left they will not forget for 300 years.”

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“Give legal recognition to MSP and the movement will end.” If it lasts for a long time, it will not be okay. I know Sikhs. Do not use force against them. Mrs. Gandhi conducted a Mahamrityunjaya Yagya for one month after the Blue Star operation. ”

Satyapal Malik hails from Hiswada village from Baghpat.

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