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Farmers Protest Update: Not a single farmer, policeman deployed in the mahapanchayat of the Sarvakhap on the farmer movement

Farmers Protest Live Update: Not a single farmer has reached the Mahapanchayat of Sarvakhap called on Sunday on the issue of agricultural law in Uttar Pradesh. This meeting was to start at 12 noon. A heavy police force has been deployed on the spot.




New Delhi: The farmers’ movement on the border of Delhi, the national capital of the country, continues continuously on the 67th day. The farmers are adamant on repealing the three agricultural laws of the central government. Farmers have regrouped in large numbers on the Delhi border. Learn live update of Farmers Protest here:

– Not a single farmer has reached the Mahapanchayat of Sarvakhap called on Sunday on the issue of agricultural law in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh. This meeting was to start at 12 noon. A heavy police force has been deployed on the spot.

– Prime Minister Narendra Modi ( Narendra Modi ) said in the Mann Ki Baat program that the country was very sad to see the insult of the tricolor on 26 January in Delhi. We have to fill the time ahead with new hope and innovation. We showed exceptional restraint and courage last year. This year too, we have to work hard and prove our resolve.

– NCP chief Sharad Pawar said the Agriculture Act ( Farm Laws are not in the interest of) farmers. The PM is imposing laws on farmers under pressure from industrialists.

– There have been many revelations in the investigation of Delhi Police in the case of violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day. According to Delhi Police, the miscreants reached the Red Fort riding in different vehicles. Most of these rioters came from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and some were also from Punjab.

Preliminary investigation by Delhi Police has revealed that many tractors and other vehicles involved in the tractor parade did not have numbers. Some had hidden numbers and some had fake numbers.

– Barricades have been installed at Ghazipur border in Delhi, due to which NH-24 has been completely closed.

– Apart from the route from Noida to Akshardham due to the Farmers Protest , the road from Delhi to Indirapuram and Noida has also been closed. Due to this, the general public is facing trouble.

– Delhi Police has also put barricades with pointed wires to stop the farmers. The Delhi Police is trying its best to prevent farmers from entering Delhi under any circumstances.

– People who work near the Delhi border say that we have nothing left except begging. We have only a way to die. We are not being allowed to go to work. We are poor people, how to live.

Indian Farmers Union leader Rakesh Tikait said on Saturday that the central government should tell the farmers themselves why the agricultural laws are not being withdrawn. We promise that the head of the government will not let the world bow down.

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After the weakening of the violence in the tractor parade, the farmer movement once again strengthened, Rakesh Tikait said that what is the compulsion of the government that it is adamant on not repealing the agricultural laws.

At the same time, the Gurjar leader of western Uttar Pradesh, Madan Bhaiya, supported the ongoing agitation against the three agricultural laws of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU). Madan Bhaiya said that the farmers have been standing on the border of Delhi for the last two months despite the cold over their demands. Their movement is non-political and peaceful.

 

Parvesh Maurya
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