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delhi border farmers protest: farmers protest one year rakesh tikait tractor rally

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delhi border farmers protest: farmers protest one year rakesh tikait tractor rally

Highlights

  • Farmers reaching Delhi on completion of one year of Kisan Andolan
  • After the withdrawal of agricultural laws, farmers adamant on the demand of MSP
  • Tractor rally preparations during winter session of Parliament

New Delhi
On November 26, one year of the farmers’ movement will be completed and on this Friday, farmers will unite on the borders of Delhi. Farmers from Haryana, Punjab and Western UP have started gathering on the Delhi border. At the same time, in view of this, barricading has been done again on the Ghazipur border by Delhi Police and the deployment of soldiers has also been increased. Farmers want guarantee on MSP after the government withdrew three agriculture laws.

The farmers, who have been agitating against the new agricultural laws for the last one year, have made it clear that they are not going to move away from the border. They have made it clear that during the winter session of Parliament starting on November 29, they will continue the protests as per their already fixed schedule. Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said on Thursday that we want to appeal to PM Modi that MSP has always been our issue. In such a situation, we have no intention of leaving the Delhi border.

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Bhartiya Kisan Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that there will be a meeting on November 27 and we will plan ahead. Tractor March will be organized in Delhi on 29th November. Tikait said that we are not going to back down and the government will have to give a guarantee. Farmers’ organizations are adamant that during the winter session of Parliament, 500 farmers will march on tractor trolleys to Parliament and express their protest.

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The movement will not end… will ask Modi ji how to double the income of farmers, said Rakesh Tikait
Delhi Police is on high alert regarding the completion of one year of the farmers’ movement and the farmers mobilizing on the border. A series of meetings have started between top police officers and leaders of farmers’ organizations, but the talks have not reached any conclusion yet. Officials of Delhi Police say that they cannot allow anyone to break the law and order, but if anyone wants to express their views by protesting in a democratic way, then they will not stop them.

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