Bharat Bandh 2021 Date & Timing: Farmers' India is closed on Monday, know who got exemption and who did not

Bharat Bandh 2021 Date & Timing: Farmers' India is closed on Monday, know who got exemption and who did not

Farmers of Punjab, Haryana and UP have been sitting on dharna since November, 2020, demanding complete withdrawal of all three central agriculture laws. Protests by farmers are continuing on the four borders (Singhu, Tikri, Shahjahanpur and Ghazipur) of Delhi-NCR. Meanwhile, on the completion of 10 months of the farmers' movement, the United Kisan Morcha has announced a Bharat Bandh on 27 September (Monday). If you also live in Delhi-NCR and do business or are employed, then we are telling you what to do and what not to do on September 27, so that you do not have much problem.

Know- Bharat Bandh Timings

On the call of United Kisan Morcha, the farmers' Bharat Bandh will start from 6 am on 27th September (Monday) and will continue till 4 pm. It has been indicated by the United Kisan Morcha that like many previous Bharat Bandhs, Delhi is 'exempt' from the bandh on 27 September, although it has not been officially announced. Let us inform that Delhi was kept 'free' during the Bharat Bandh earlier also, while its mild effect was seen in NCR cities including Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, Faridabad.

people be careful

It is a different matter that the people and businessmen and businessmen of Delhi were requested to join this bandh. People are advised to leave their homes unnecessarily. Especially on Tikri, Singhu, Tikri and UP border, problems can be faced. Farmers can jam the KGP and KMP expressways, so people need to be alert.

Who will get exemption and who will not during Bharat Bandh?

On 26 January this year, during the Kisan Tractor Parade, there was fierce violence at the Red Fort in Delhi. Due to some so-called farmers, the United Kisan Morcha was also tarnished. In such a situation, during the upcoming Bharat Bandh on 27 September, the United Kisan Morcha is taking special precautions. Under this, the United Kisan Morcha has told that what will be its strategy from 6 am to 4 pm during the Bharat Bandh on 27 September? According to the Morcha, on September 27, the Bharat Bandh will begin at 6 am, while it will end at 4 pm.

Who will get the discount and who will not

  • Hospital
  • Medical store
  • Apart from relief and rescue work, essential services will be exempted.
  • Shops related to essential services will also remain open.
  • Public and private transport will not be allowed to ply on the roads.
  • No public function will be allowed during the bandh.
  • Only emergency services including ambulance and fire services can operate.

voluntarily appealed to the people to join the Bharat Bandh

The United Kisan Morcha is concerned about its image. In such a situation, he believes that people should voluntarily participate in this Bharat Bandh. SKM leaders say that the Bharat Bandh, which will run from 6 am to 4 pm on Monday, will go on in a voluntary and peaceful manner.

Political parties will also support

It is being told that the Bharat Bandh against the Central Government of the United Kisan Morcha against the agricultural laws is sure to get the support of the opposition parties. In fact, the United Kisan Morcha has also sought support from political parties, but it also has a big condition, which states that the platform will not be shared with the representatives of political parties.

Delhi Metro stations may be closed

Delhi Police is also alert about the Bharat Bandh of 27 September. It is being told that the farmers of Haryana can try to enter Delhi from Bahadurgarh. In such a situation, the Delhi Police can ask the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to close some selected metro stations. 

100 organizations will be involved

According to the leaders of United Kisan Morcha, more than 100 farmer organizations from across the country are also participating during the Bharat Bandh on 27 September. In addition to national political parties, trade unions, farmers' unions, youth, teacher-student organizations will also participate in the Bharat Bandh.

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