Farmers sitting on a strike on Palwal’s National Highway-19 will jam the KMP-KGP Express-Way on Saturday from 11 am to 4 am. This jam will be done on the call of United Kisan Morcha.
The huts will be ready at the protest site
He said that the winter season has gone, now the farmers have made preparations for summer. There are fans in the tents and in the coming days, huts will be put on the protest site. Coolers will also be provided in these huts. Farmer leader Master Mahendra Singh Chauhan and Rajkumar Olihan said that on the call of United Kisan Morcha, the farmer here maintains every order.
Protests outlinedHe told that the KMP-KGP Expressway will be jammed on March 6 ie tomorrow. The farmers will sit on the toll barrier on the road and hold public meetings and protest and Chopai and raganis will be held there. The entire outline of the protest has been prepared. Farmers from villages will come to the protest site in tractor-trolleys and the expressway will be blocked from 11 to 4 pm.
Women’s Day will be celebrated on March 8
Farmers from here will also participate in the journey starting from Karnataka on March 7 for MSP. Travel will also be welcomed on reaching Palwal. On March 8, farmers will celebrate Women’s Day at the picket site. Farmer women will be respected. Farmer leaders said that the movement is at its peak. Farmer leader Mahendra Chauhan said that the farmers have been sitting on the streets for three months to fight for their entitlements, despite which the government is adamant. The government does not see the suffering of the farmers.
Awareness campaign continues to intensify the movement
He informed that awareness campaign is going on in the villages to intensify the movement. The officials of the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti are holding daily meetings from 10 am to 1 am at the village chaupal and collective places and telling the people the disadvantages of the agricultural laws.