Kisan Andolan: Will the borders of Delhi-NCR be empty or the movement will continue, will be announced in the SKM meeting
An important meeting of the United Kisan Morcha has been organized on the Singhu border of Delhi-Haryana on Saturday, regarding when the farmers sitting on the four borders (Singhu, Tikri, Shahjahanpur and Ghazipur) of Delhi-NCR will end the protest. In this it will be decided whether the movement will be ended or it will be continued. Let us tell you that the Narendra Modi government has announced the withdrawal of all three central agriculture laws last week, after which there is also moral pressure on the United Kisan Morcha to end the agitation, as it is affecting lakhs of people of Delhi-NCR every day. .
Rakesh Tikait said on Thursday that during the last one year the farmers have not lost anything but have gained solidarity. He said that we have learned all this in a year, how the movement runs at home, how the movement runs ideologically. Rakesh Tikait said that all the products are being sold at half price, so where is our victory. We need a guarantee on MSP.
Security arrangements have been made by dividing the UP Gate into seven zones and 12 sectors. 150 additional policemen have been put on duty. The intelligence department has been alerted. Rajiv Sabharwal and Praveen Kumar have given necessary directions to the officials.
Ashu Verma wrote a letter
Former Mayor Ashu Verma reached UP Gate on Thursday. He met the protesters. He was handed over a letter in the name of Rakesh Tikait. It was written in it that we will find a solution to the affairs of the country. It does not require any foreign aid.
Troubled people will open the front
Roads leading to Delhi from UP Gate are closed due to anti-agriculture protests. The people troubled by this have announced to open the way on November 28. A large number of people will participate in the movement under the banner of Federation of AOA. People will gather on National Highway-Nine in front of Amrapali Village Society at 11 am. On the way coming from Delhi, we will walk towards UP Gate. By making the protesters aware of their problem, they will demand to open the way.