Farm leaders in India have condemned Tuesday’s violence in which 1 person died and 80 were injured but have said that they will not call off their demonstration against new agricultural reforms. Police have detained 200 protesters following the deadly violence in India’s capital Delhi during a massive protest against agricultural reforms. Thousands of farmers clashed with police as protesters on the outskirts of the city forced their way in. Blaming the chaos on rogue elements among an otherwise peaceful march, most farmers’ leaders said they would not call off their protests.