Protesting farmers decide to call of rail blockade

October 2015
Day After;10/13/2015, p1
The article reports on the plan of decision of the protesting farmers in Punjab, India, to call off their seven-day Rail Roko stir which has crippled rail services in the state. Topics include the paralysis of the rail movement in Punjab due to farmers' agitation, failure of the meeting with Punjab Minister Parkash Singh Badal, and the government's financial position according to Badal.


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