Farmer’s Union President Gurnam Singh
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Farmers are now working on the next strategy to demand the repeal of agricultural laws. On Saturday, 32 organizations from Punjab met at the horoscope border. In which it was considered that how to run the movement now so that the pressure on the government can open the way for dialogue.
Farmers are on strike at Jind’s Khatkad and Baddowal toll plazas. At the same time, farmers gathered from Alwar to support the peasant movement on the Kheda border of Rewari. Here, hundreds of farmers from Punjab reached the Tekri border of Bahadurgarh by train.
Kabaddi player supported
International kabaddi player Sukhbir Sarwan (Sukhi) on Saturday reached the Tikari border and supported the farmers movement. Addressing the farmers, he demanded the Central Government to withdraw the three agricultural laws in the interest of farmers and enact a law to guarantee the minimum support price.
Government is thinking that it is time for harvesting, farmers will leave, but this will not happen: Chaudhni
On Saturday, Bakiu state president Gurnam Singh Chadhuni reached Gurudwara Panjokhara Sahib to give a boost to the peasant movement in Ambala. Here, he took blessings by giving Sheesh Nawak. After this, Chadhuni lashed out at the government. He said that the government is thinking that it is time to harvest. Maybe the farmers will leave. This thinking of the government is also right, but it will not happen. We are also making a strategy for this. Those who will be on dharna or whose tractors are on the spot, all the people of the previous village will jointly handle it.
He said that the farmer movement is still on track, but it is being realized that the movement will have to run longer. In order to create a long movement, people are being prepared in such a way that a system is created from every village. It should be decided that so many of our men will remain in the movement permanently. Some of them will stay and move on then others will come. In this way the attendance of every village will be ensured and the enthusiasm will also remain. According to the week or four days, he will be there.
Outline to continue the movement with harvesting
On Saturday, a roadmap was prepared to continue the movement along with harvesting at the picket sites. The farmers continued their sit-in at the Basatada Toll Plaza on GT Road and the Pyant Toll Plaza on Jind Road on Saturday. Farmers sit on hunger strike at Basatada toll. The agitators started working on a strategy to continue the movement during the wheat harvesting season. Negotiations are going on to make village-to-village committees. The farmers say that they will not allow the movement to weaken. At the same time, the youth of Asandh town continued to hold silence for an hour in the evening.