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India’s internal problem is no option for other country’s politics: Shiv Sena MP

MUMBAI: While objecting to the alleged remarks of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Tudrow on the farmers’ protests against the recently passed agricultural laws by the Center, Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi said on Tuesday that Tadro should be using India’s internal case Should not do politics. Priyanka Chaturvedi, while replying to Tadro, said that India’s internal matter is not a choice for the politics of any other nation.

Rajya Sabha member Chaturvedi tweeted, “Dear Justin Tadro, I appreciate your concern, but India’s internal matter is not a fodder for the politics of any other nation. Please take the courtesy of showing respect to other countries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, I request Ji that this issue be resolved before other countries give their opinion. ”

Earlier, Tadro had released a video on the occasion of Guruparav saying, “If I do not take cognizance of the news of the protests by the farmers in India, then it will be considered to ignore the case. The situation is worrying and we all families and friends Upset about. ”

He had said, “I want to remind you, Canada is always in support of peaceful protests. We believe in the importance of dialogue and that is why we have conveyed our concerns to the Indian authorities.”

Farmers in India are protesting against the three agricultural laws passed by Parliament in September this year at several places on the Delhi-Haryana and Delhi-Uttar Pradesh borders. Farmers are demanding the repeal of new laws.

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