The 16 boycotting parties are claiming that the three controversial farm laws were forcibly passed in September 2020 without any heed for the Opposition.
The data set also reveals that the number of active cases which stands at 1.76 lakhs is just a little over 1% of the total number of infections in the country.
Sardesai had claimed both on social media and on-air that the farmer who had died in yesterday's violence was shot by the police. However, he has since retracted the statement. Sardesai also saw one month of his salary deducted.
This marks the third time that Faruqui was rejected bail on the case. He was arrested on a complaint made by the son of a BJP MLA.
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