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Hannan Mollah

‘Fear Of Becoming Unpopular Among Farmers Kept The Movement Leadership United’: Hannan Mollah

Nov 20, 2021 Snigdhendu Bhattacharya

There had been countless efforts on the part of the government and the ruling party to vilify the leadership of the movement, says Hannan Mollah, head of the CPI(M)’s farmers’ wing, the All India Kisan Sabha.

Farmers Claim Pan India Support To Bharat Bandh

Sep 27, 2021 Outlook Bureau

Belying government claims, the farmers support base has been expanding given the support from larger number of people from all walks of life and of all ages.


Farmers Gather At Singhu Border For 2 Day National Convention Marking 9 Months Of Protest

The two-day national convention, which has 1,500 registered delegates and leaders of 500 farmer groups including Hannan Mollah and Rakesh Tikait, addressing various issues including need for making minimum support price (MSP) mandatory and uniform across the country

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