'Delhi Chalo' march paused for 2 days after farmer's death


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Farmer leaders have put the "Delhi Chalo" march on hold for two days after a protester was killed in clashes with police at the Haryana-Punjab border. Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee President Sarwan Singh Pandher has said that the agitators will decide the next course of action by Friday evening. Notably, on Wednesday evening, some farmer leaders engaged in talks with officials at Haryana's Shambhu border. They stormed out of the meeting after learning of the farmer's death.