Leaders of the powerful India Caucus of the US Congress have requested the Indian government to allow peaceful demonstrations and provide access to the Internet, while ensuring adherence to democratic rules. The caucus made this request after discussing the issue of the ongoing peasant movement in India.
Congress’s India Caucus co-chairman MP Brad Sherman said he spoke to his Republican Republican Steve Cabbat and vice-chairman of MP Ro Khanna to talk to India’s Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu regarding the ongoing farmers’ movement in India. Have a meeting with. This was the first meeting of the ‘India Caucus’, the largest caucus of a particular country in the US House of Representatives.
Sherman said, “I request the Government of India to allow peaceful demonstrations and ensure access to the Internet to everyone, including journalists, while ensuring adherence to democratic rules.” Indian friends hope that all parties can reach a solution. ”
Thousands of farmers have been demonstrating in Delhi’s three borders – Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur – for 70 days to demand complete repeal of the three agricultural laws brought by the central government. Most of these farmers are from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.