Kisan Andolan: Farmers of Punjab-Haryana will show power today, read what is the new conflict between farmers and central government
Even after the decision of the Narendra Modi government to repeal all three central agricultural laws, the farmers' protest on the border of Delhi-NCR continues. On 26th November (Friday) the farmers' movement is completing one year. In such a situation, the protesters, adamant about their 6 other demands, have made big preparations on Friday on the completion of one year of the farmers' movement. On the call of United Kisan Morcha, the Tikri and Singhu borders of Delhi-Haryana have doubled the number of farmers during the last one month as compared to the past. Talking about the Singhu border, where 1000-1500 farmers were protestors a month ago, now around 4000 farmers have reached here. It is being said that this number will increase further on Friday.
The farmers gathered at the Tikri border say that our agitation is not over yet. Now we will make a law on MSP, so on November 26, on the completion of one year of farmers' agitation, they will gather at Tikri border and on number 29, 500 farmers will go to Delhi. It is being told that the number of farmers coming from Punjab and Haryana on the Tikri border is increasing continuously. In comparison to a month, the number of Tikri Border farmer protesters has doubled to thousands.
Farmers in tents, bonfire started outside
Now once again the crowd of farmers has started increasing in tents on Singhu and Tikri borders. Farmers are forced to live in tents due to cold. In view of the Parliament march on November 29, farmers' batches are reaching Tikri border and Singhu border from different parts of Punjab and Haryana. The langar has started when the number of farmer protesters increases, so there is a bonfire to avoid the cold.
These are the big demands of the farmers
- Legislation to guarantee minimum support price.
- Cases against farmers should be dismissed.
- Farmers martyred in Lakhimpur violence should get justice.
- In the wake of Lakhimpur violence, Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni should be removed.
Know 10 big things related to the movement
- On November 26, 2020, the farmers' agitation began on the four borders (Singhu, Tikri, Shahjahanpur and Ghazipur) of Delhi-ACR, demanding the withdrawal of all three central agricultural laws.
- The United Kisan Morcha says that more than 700 farmers who have been protesting on the border of Delhi-NCR have lost their lives.
- During the Kisan Tractor Parade on 26 January, there was a violent demonstration at the Red Fort in Delhi. During this, another flag was hoisted next to the tricolor on the ramparts of the Red Fort in Delhi.
- On 26 November, on the completion of one year of the farmers' movement, the farmers organizations gave a call to reach the Delhi border in the villages of Punjab and Haryana, after which the crowd has increased on the border.
- No solution was found in 12 rounds of meeting between farmer leaders and government
- On the occasion of Guru Parv on November 19, the Prime Minister announced the repeal of all three new agricultural laws.
- On November 24, the cabinet meeting approved the repeal of all three central agricultural laws.
- Even after the decision to repeal the law in the cabinet meeting, the agitation did not end and the farmers are adamant on other demands including making MSP guarantee law and at present the agitation is going on.
- Every day from November 29, a program has been decided to march tractors with 500 farmers to the Parliament.