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Farm Bills: Farmers To March Towards Lal Bahadur Shastri’s Memorial On Oct 2

New Delhi: Farmers’ organisations have introduced a ‘Bharat Bandh’ on Friday towards the Farm Payments, which have been handed by Parliament. They’ve additionally determined to converge on the memorial of Lal Bahadur Shastri in Delhi on October 2 to register their protest.

The protest towards the Payments in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and different states has already spilled onto the streets in a serious method.

Farmers’ organisations, together with the Bharatiya Kisan Union, are getting ready for a “Chakka Jam”. The Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ambavata) stated they are going to transfer in direction of the memorial of Lal Bahadur Shastri in Delhi on October 2 and resolve the technique for the long run.

Quickly after the Bandh was introduced, the police tightened the safety. Within the nationwide capital, Delhi Police and paramilitary have elevated their presence. Extra deployments have been completed in areas bordering Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

Rishipal, nationwide president of the BKU (Ambavata), informed IANS: “Almost everything is closed in our areas. Farmers have also come to the streets in Mathura and Agra regions. We will agitate till the law is taken back. Farmers from across the country are arriving at the memorial of Lal Bahadur Shastriji in Delhi on October 2.”

In Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Haryana and different components of the nation, farmers have additionally introduced to take to the streets on Friday.

Farmer chief and BKU nationwide spokesperson Rakesh Tikait stated, “During the Chakka Jam, farmers’ organizations from across the country, including Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra and Karnataka will unite. A three-day ‘rail roko movement’ is also continuing in Punjab against the Bills.”

Chopping throughout get together strains, farmers protest in Punjab, Haryana

Chopping throughout get together strains, day lengthy statewide protests by farmers in Punjab and Haryana started on Friday morning towards the Farm Payments handed by each Homes of Parliament.

Heavy police drive has been deployed in each the states to cope with any untoward state of affairs.

Even shopkeepers in a lot of the main cities in each the states shut their retailers expressing solidarity with the farmers.

In a first-of-its-kind present of solidarity, 31 farmer organisations in Punjab introduced a joint protest.

A number of trains have been suspended since Thursday as farmers started a three-day ‘rail roko’ marketing campaign towards the Payments.

The Ferozepur Railway division determined to droop operation of particular trains until September 26 in view of the protection of passengers, a rail official informed IANS.

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has appealed to all political events to rise above “petty considerations” and are available on one platform to struggle unitedly towards the “treacherous” Payments that will destroy the state’s farmers.

“The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Union Government has stooped to a new low by bringing these Bills, and that too in a totally undemocratic and unparliamentary manner,” stated Amarinder Singh, including that his authorities, supported by the Congress state unit, will oppose the Legislations tooth and nail within the curiosity of not simply the farmers and the state however your complete nation.

He has appealed to the farmers to strictly preserve legislation and order, and cling to all Covid-19 security protocols.

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), an ally of the BJP-led NDA authorities, introduced a statewide ‘chakka jam’ to mark their protest.

The SAD has been a longstanding ally of the ruling BJP. SAD’s Lok Sabha MP and Sukhbir Badal’s spouse Harsimrat Kaur Badal had resigned from the Union Cupboard on September 17, citing her get together’s opposition to the three Payments.

Curiously, many Punjabi singers have prolonged their help to the ‘bandh’ name given by farmers.

Common Punjabi singer and actor Harbhajan Mann in a tweet stated he together with a number of different artists can be collaborating within the protest.

In Haryana, activists of the Bharatiya Kisan Union activists together with sacked bodily coaching instructors confirmed black flags to Agriculture Minister J.P. Dalal on Thursday in Mudlana village in Sonepat district.

Terming the Farm Payments as a ‘revolutionary step’, Haryana BJP state chief O.P. Dhankar stated these would open up a number of choices for farmers to promote their produce.

Stand with 62 crore farmers: Congress

The Congress on Friday made an attraction to the folks to hitch the farmers’ agitation and oppose the Farm Payments, which have been handed by Parliament.

Congress chief Randeep Singh Surjewala stated, “Nation should stand with 62 crore farmers who are protesting against the draconian law.”

He alleged that the Prime Minister has completed this to assist the crony capitalists, and “he does not care for the poor”.

Congress Normal Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra stated in a tweet, “This is to make farmers slaves and the farmers will become labourers in their fields and neither they will get the MSP nor respect.”

Tejashwi leads tractors’ procession in Patna towards farm Payments

Within the wake of a name for a bandh by completely different political partieis to protest towards the passage of the three contentious agriculture-related Payments by Parliament, RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav on Friday led a ‘tractor march’ on the Patna roads.

He stated that “black Bills” pertaining to agriculture had been handed.

“The Bills hold big consequences for the future of farmers. These proposed laws will paralyse the farmers as well as the entire agriculture sector in the country. The Bills were forcibly got passed by the central government in a bid to make the Indian farmers dependent on industrialists,” Tejashwi, the previous Deputy Chief Minister, stated whereas using a tractor.

A procession of round 50 tractors adopted the Rashtriya Janata Dal chief, together with his get together supporters shouting slogans towards the NDA authorities over the Payments.

Okay’taka farmers protest, elicit lukewarm response

Members of the Karnataka State Farmers’ Affiliation on Friday held protests at varied locations towards the three farm Payments handed in Parliament, which nevertheless has elicited a lukewarm response to this point.

Though the farmers begun a blockade since morning to register their protests at highways entry factors in Bengaluru, it obtained a lukewarm response as vehicular motion in CBD areas was not affected a lot, a senior police officer stated.

Chatting with reporters, farmer chief Kuruburu Shantakumar stated that there are as many as 60 entry factors throughout Bengaluru. “Our members will protest and block these entry points in order to drive home the point that the farm bills are against the interests of farmers,” he stated.

In the meantime, lack of unanimity amongst farmers associations got here to the fore when one other distinguished farmer chief Kodihalli Chandrashekhar asserted that their group didn’t help Friday’s protest.

“We are focussing on calling for a Karnataka Bandh next Monday. We will focus on that rather than invest our energy here,” he stated.

TN farmers protest in Trichy, Tambaram

Members of some farmer organisations protested in Trichy and Tambaram in Tamil Nadu on Friday morning towards the three farm Payments handed by Parliament.

Led by Tamil Nadu Farmers’ Affiliation President P Ayyakannu, half-clad farmers held their protest outdoors the Collectorate in Trichy whereas carrying human skulls of their arms. They demanded that the Payments shouldn’t be made into legislation.

In Tambaram close to right here, farmers and members of the Communist Occasion of India-Marxist additionally protested towards the Payments.

In the meantime, Agriculture Minister R Doraikkannu stated the Payments is not going to influence the farmers in Tamil Nadu.

Chief Minister Okay Palaniswami has additionally supported the Payments, saying they’re useful for the state’s farmers.


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