Lucknow: After a long period of silence, agitating farmers in Delhi have revealed their future strategy. Under this strategy, on the completion of hundred days of agitation, they have announced to block the huge route on the expressway. Along with this, farmers have said that in states with assembly elections, they will oppose the Bharatiya Janata Party and a rally will be held in West Bengal.
Farmers will stop the way on the expressway
Social activist Yogendra Yadav has announced that on March 6, the entryway on the hundredth day of the movement will stop the road on an expressway. The chief of Swaraj India said that in a meeting of United Kisan Morcha, it has been decided to block the Kundali Manesar Palwal Expressway. Stop this route will be five hours.
Earlier on March 5, the MSP Dilao Abhiyan campaign will be started in Karnataka in which the Prime Minister will be asked to give MSP for crops. Apart from this, on the occasion of International Women's Day, women protesters will be seen standing in front of all the protest sites.
Public meeting in Kolkata on 12 March
It is to be noted that this information has been given by Yogendra Yadav, not Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of United Kisan Morcha. Yadav has said that in Chunav states, farmers will be appealed to punish the BJP and its constituents for bringing anti-farmer laws. The event will begin with a public meeting in Kolkata on 12 March.
Apart from this, while talking about the trade unions joining the peasant movement, it has been said that there has been a principled agreement on the ten major trade unions joining the peasant movement. On March 15, the workers and workers of the country will take to the streets against privatization and corporatization and the farmers will join it.
It is worth noting that since 26 November, farmers of Punjab, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are protesting on the borders of Delhi. And since January 20, talks with his government have been in disarray. The farmers realize that the government's prolonged silence is a sign of some big action against the farmers.