After a call to intensify protests against the three new controversial farm bills, farmers in Punjab - who have also extended their "Rail Roko" agitation till September 29 - said they are "not being misled by the opposition" and that they have read the fine print. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi is blaming the opposition for instigating us. This is not correct. We have read the ordinances (now bills). The corporates have pushed PM Modi to introduce these changes. We are getting support from farmers across the country; this is a very big people's movement. He will have to repeal these bills, he will not be able to pull off these changes on ground," said Sarwan Singh Pandher, State Secretary of Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti, who translated the bills into Punjabi and distributed it among farmers.