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New Delhi, Dec 26 (EFE), (Camera: Moncho Torres).- Protests by thousands of Indian farmers outside New Delhi against three laws liberalizing the agricultural sector completed a month on Saturday, presenting a challenge for the Indian government with no side willing to give in.In Ghazipur, one of the several access points to the capital that has been cut off since a month by protesters, the farmers' spirits remained unwavering, with a determination to remain camped on the highways for as long as it took to get the government to repeal the farm reforms.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTESTS ON SATURDAY IN NEW DELHI.

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