Kisan Aandolan: After the metro is closed, the problems of those going to Delhi have increased a lot.
Let us know that today International Women’s Day is being celebrated by the farmers on the Tikari border. A large number of women are gathered at the picket site. Women say that women are an integral part of society. Today women stand shoulder to shoulder with farmers on every front. Today the stage operation of the picket site is also being done by women on the ticker border. The women who reached the picket site say that they will not return home until the law is returned.
Warning the government, he said that women have come on the streets in view of the dictatorship of the government. Until this sleeping government does not wake up, women will remain on the streets. They say that the government is afraid of women, the government knows that if women come on the streets, they will remove the government. At the same time, women also say that till the number of women in Parliament is not 50 percent, then women cannot get equal status. We are giving a sit-in demanding the law. Simultaneously, a message is being given to the government that if their demands are not met, they will intensify the movement. Though the solution will come out of the conversation, no one knows when the deadlock between the government and the farmers will break.