Center offers talks with farmers, Khattar said - Khalistan connection input in the movement

Posted on 28th Nov 2020 03:25 pm by rohit kumar

Saturday is the third day of demonstrations by farmers in Punjab and Haryana regarding agricultural bills. Meanwhile, the central government has offered to negotiate with the farmers. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Saturday that we have sent an invitation to the farmer unions to meet on December 3. Hopefully, they will come to meet 3.


Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has claimed the presence of Khalistan supporters in the peasant movement. Khattar said on Saturday - the input of miscreants has been received in the crowd. In the video, they were shouting slogans - when Indira Gandhi can do this, then why can't Modi. We have full reports. As soon as the information is confirmed, we will disclose it.


Farmers are frozen in Delhi's frame


The agitating farmers are still standing on the Delhi border (Singh and Tikri). The government allowed the entry of farmers in Delhi after the struggle on Singh on Friday. The Delhi government said that the farmers could protest at Nirankari ground in Burari, but the farmers refused entry in Delhi. They say that they have come to surround Delhi and not to surround Delhi.


Thousands of farmers stayed on the Singhu border on Friday night. They say that we will perform on the highway itself. One farmer said that we have 6 months ration. The blacks against the peasants will go back only after getting rid of agricultural laws.


Farmers also left from UP

Farmers gathered at the toll plaza along with Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) activists in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, left for Delhi at 11:30 am on Saturday. This batch will reach Delhi by evening. BKU national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said it was a battle of ideas. When the views of each other are one, the battle will end itself. This time the problem should be resolved, not negotiated. BKU activists sat on a dharna demonstration at the toll plaza in Modipuram from Friday afternoon. They were stopped here on their way to Delhi.


Many colleges in Delhi-NCR postpone examinations

Many colleges in Delhi-NCR have postponed the examinations due to farmer demonstrations. This has increased the troubles of students coming from outside. He says that the college had not given any information about it before, and suddenly decided to postpone the exam.


Police tried to stop 8 times, but could not stop

The Delhi Police had barricaded in three layers on the Singhu border. At the forefront were barbed wire. The trucks were then fitted like barricades. Eventually, the Water Cannon was deployed. Even such arrangements could not stop the farmers. Police of three states from the Punjab-Haryana border to the Delhi border tried to stop the farmers by making big blockades 8 times, but every time the farmers moved forward with the help of a tractor. Stones were also thrown in between.


Conflict for the second consecutive day in Panipat

A major confrontation between the police and the farmers occurred on the second day in Panipat. A large number of farmers broke barricading and moved towards Delhi. The farmers of Punjab were also behind. He kept fighting with Haryana Police. Police called a JCB machine near the police station Sector-29 in Panipat and dug up the roads. Many farmers crossed the barricade several kilometers through the fields on the main highway near Shiva village and proceeded towards Delhi.


Police dug roads, but farmers made their way

Just as large pits are seen on the road in many Naxal-affected areas of Bastar, similarly, the pits appeared on the highway. Police installed several JCBs. Used trucks for barricading. Even after this, farmers continued to make their way through the fields. Farmers are preparing for a big movement in Delhi. For this, they are carrying gas cylinders and stoves on tractors.


Why the performance happening?

The Central Government has 3 laws for agricultural reforms: The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act; The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act were enacted. In protest against these, farmers of Punjab and Haryana have been on the roads for the last two months. Farmers feel that the government is going to remove the MSP, while the Prime Minister himself has denied it.

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