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Amristar (India), Feb 6 (EFE/EPA) - (Camera: Raminder Pal Singh) Thousands of farmers cut off some of India's main highways on Saturday to protest against new agricultural laws. The protesters allege the new laws will benefit big businesses and leave agricultural workers at their mercy. But the government says that the reforms will help farmers and make the sector more efficient and competitive. FOOTAGE OF FARMERS' PROTEST IN AMRISTAR, NORTH INDIA.

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