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Tuesday, 8 December 2020

Bharat Bandh LIVE |Farmers' Bharat Bandh Andolan|LIVE : Bharat Bandh | Farmers Protest Updates ||Bharat Bandh Against New Farm Laws |Live News


Farmers today declared a nationwide shutdown in protest of the central government's agricultural law. Special security has been beefed up in different states in view of the India ban on farmers. 

Special orders have been issued in Bihar. Police are deployed due to the blockade on Delhi's Indus border. At the same time political forces are being seen on the streets in different states. 


The impact of the India Dam is being felt in many parts of the country. Railways are being blocked at several places and at the same time 24 opposition forces are supporting the India shutdown.


Farmers announce the closure of India today
The Central Government issued an advisory
No entry to leaders on stage The farmers held a press conference on the Indus border on Monday. At this point, farmer leader Nirbhay Singh Dhudik said, "Our protest is not limited to Punjab." Leaders around the world, such as the Prime Minister of Canada, Justice Trudeau, are also supporting us. Our protest is peaceful. Farmer leader Dr. Darshan Pale said it would be closed all day on Tuesday. Chakkajam will also be held till 3 pm. This will be a peaceful closure. We will not give permission to any political leaders on our platform.
In support of the Punjab Transport Association closure
Talks between the government and farmers will resume on December 9Performance in different states, strict security

Special security has been beefed up in different states in view of the India ban on farmers. Special orders have been issued in Bihar. Police are deployed due to the blockade on Delhi's Indus border. At the same time political forces are being seen on the streets in different states.

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Strict measures taken in Bihar

Due to the blockade of India, the Bihar government has ordered every SP to take stern action against the protesters if they try to take law and order into their hands.

Demonstration of Left Party activists in Kolkata following the closure of India

Left activists protested by blocking the railway in Jadavpur. Supported the closure of farmers against agricultural laws.

Security forces deployed on Indus border


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These forces are supporting the India Dam

1.Congress
2.Makpa
3.DMK
4.CPI
5. RJD
6. NCP
7.JMM
8. SP
9. Shiv Sena
10. Akali Dal
11.Bhakpa-Male
12. Gupkar Coalition
13.TMC
14.TRS
15. AIMIM
16. Thus the Aadmi Party
17. PWD
18. BVA
19. RSP
20. FB
21. SUCI
22. Swaraj India
23. JDS
24. BSP

Impact of India Dam also in Lucknow and Orissa

Akhilesh Yadav tweeted

Former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav was prosecuted on Monday for taking part in a demonstration in Lucknow in support of farmers. UP police have taken action against a total of 28 members of the Samajwadi Party on charges of disturbing law and order. Akhilesh Yadav's tweet has now come after the action was taken for ignoring the Kovid guideline.

In support of the Punjab Transport Association closure

The Punjab Transport Association has supported the farmers' India Bandh. Chairman Charanjit Singh said that the All India Motor Transport Congress has decided to hold a sit-in on December 8 in support of the farmers. Transport union, truck union, tempo union will make every closure successful. The closure will be across India.

Preparing to challenge the new agricultural law in the Supreme Court

The Kerala government is ready to challenge the Centre's agricultural law in the Supreme Court. The government here has decided to warn the agricultural law in the Supreme Court this week. The state government has decided not to implement the new rules of the center. The government says that agriculture is not only subject to the center. The Center cannot take a unilateral decision for this.







India announces closure:In Amreli, Dhanani took a scooter and went out to stop it, while the BJP leader took a bicycle and went out to request the market to open. In Jamnagar, a corporator rode on a bullock cart to protest.




Detention of Cong activists including MLA Praveen Musadia in Jamnagar
Detention of 20 Cong activists, including MLA Vikram Madam, in Jam Khambhaliya

No entry to leaders on stage

The farmers held a press conference on the Indus border on Monday. At this point, farmer leader Nirbhay Singh Dhudik said, "Our protest is not limited to Punjab." Leaders around the world, such as the Prime Minister of Canada, Justice Trudeau, are also supporting us. Our protest is peaceful. Farmer leader Dr. Darshan Pale said it would be closed all day on Tuesday. Chakkajam will also be held till 3 pm. This will be a peaceful closure. We will not give permission to any political leaders on our platform.


At the Jadavpur railway station in Kolkata, activists of the Left parties stopped the train and sat on the tracks.
At the Jadavpur railway station in Kolkata, activists of the Left parties stopped the train and sat on the tracks.

Congress burns tires on three highways in Gujarat, protests in Karnataka
15 out of 17 BJP-ruled states have also seen the impact of the Bharat Bandh in support of the farmers' movement. Congress activists set fire to three highways in Gujarat. This has caused a traffic jam. Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) activists staged street protests in Darbhanga, Bihar. Tires have been burnt on the roads here in Ganj Chowk. RJD is supporting the India dam given by the farmers. Congress leaders staged demonstrations in Karnataka.

The train was stopped in Bengal, Odisha by
Left activists at Jadavpur railway station in Kolkata. Protesters stopped the train at Bhubaneswar railway station. The train was stopped by people from Swabhimani Shetkari Sangathan in Malkapur in Buldhana district of Maharashtra. However, police removed him from the track and arrested him shortly after.

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We will not allow ordinary people to get in trouble," said Rakesh Tikait, a spokesman for the Indian Farmers' Union. Those who are trapped in the dam for 2-3 hours, we will give them water and fruit.


Farmers who have been protesting for 13 days off the Haryana-Delhi border have cordoned off Delhi. Today, India has appealed for a ban. 20 political parties and 10 trade unions are supporting the India ban on farmers. Delhi's 4 borders with Haryana are completely closed, 2 borders are open for light vehicles only.

Police have barricaded the Delhi-UP Ghazipur border in three layers.
Police have barricaded the Delhi-UP Ghazipur border in three layers.

Demonstrations on 3 highways in Gujarat On the
Ahmedabad-Viramgam highway, Congress workers set fire to tires, causing a traffic jam. Protesters have blocked National Highways in Vadodara and Bharuch. Police have also arrested some people in Ahmedabad.

Chakkajam
farmers said that the closure will be from morning till evening and Chakkajam will be from 11 am to 3 pm. So that the people going to the office do not get in trouble. However essential services like ambulance and car attached to the wedding will not be stopped. On the other hand, the Union Home Ministry has directed the states to maintain law and order.

Dairy-hospitals and medicines will remain open in Rajasthan
. Necessary services like milk supply, hospital, medical store and ambulance will continue.
Fruit-grain: 247 agricultural markets will be closed. The block of green vegetables in Muhana Mandi will be closed. The potato-fruit block will remain open.
Transport: Gopal Singh Rathore, state coordinator of the All India Motor Transport Congress and state president of the Jaipur Transport Operators Chamber, said the transport operator would participate in the shutdown. All 7 lakh trucks and all types of commercial vehicles in Rajasthan will not run. About 13,000 transport companies will participate in the closure. 1400 low floor-mini buses and 20 thousand auto-rickshaws will not run in Jaipur.


The Indus border, which was identified as a Tolnaka between Haryana and Delhi, is now recorded in the history of the peasant movement in India. On one side of it are the jawans of Delhi Police, ITBP, CRPF, CISF, BSF, RAF. They have automatic guns in their hands, helmets on their heads and armguards on their bodies. On the other hand, farmers from Haryana, Punjab and other parts of the country have taken up residence on National Highway 44.

It is now 12 days since the peasant movement started with three agricultural laws. With each passing day, the number of troops increased on the one hand and the number of farmers on the other. From the border to the Delhi side up to one km, only the army is seen moving.

There are two worlds on either side of the Indus border. A world of power, i.e. government, which has strength, weapons and young men. On the other hand, the world of the masses, the country where the common masses are and are demanding their right and in between are barbed wire, heavy cement slabs and truck walls filled with sand.

There are also different governments on both sides of the border. One Delhi Government and one Haryana Government. The Delhi government has set up a temporary toilet line next to them. The toilet is clean and one-two, one-two people come here. The Delhi government has not let go of a single opportunity to stand with the farmers.

On the other side is the Haryana government. Most of the farmers are sitting on the land of Haryana. This government has made every effort to prevent farmers from reaching Delhi. Large forces were deployed, barricades were erected, roads were dug, farmers were flooded. He tried his best but could not stop the farmers from going to Delhi. As part of the confusion, farmers sitting on Haryana land are coming to Delhi for defecation as no arrangements have been made for them here.

This is a fair for the children of the laborers around the agitation site and they want this fair to continue.
This is a fair for the children of the laborers around the agitation site and they want this fair to continue.

There are villages on both the left and right side of the border. Indus village on one side and Kundli on the other. It also has a small industrial area and a labor force. The place of agitation for the hungry children of the laborers is like a fair and they want this fair to continue like this.

There is a big smile on the faces of these kids wearing only shirts in the cold of December. They are drinking tea somewhere and milk somewhere. In the last 10-12 days he has eaten as much as he has not eaten in a whole month.

Rupinder Kaur, who lives in Tilaknagar, has twice collected Rs 40,000 in her street. By buying goods from this money he has distributed the place of agitation. He opens the sack and the crowd surrounds him. The crowd consists mostly of laborers living nearby.

Two elderly women come here with their granddaughter. They say, we come here every day, we get food, we eat as much as we want, we eat with full stomach, no one stops us. We take home whatever we find. He didn't even finish his talk and the woman sitting next to him said, let's go there, something good is being shared there.

Farmers' tractor-trolleys have now become their home. There is such a long line of tractor-trolleys that it is difficult to walk there. The courtyard is made of wax bedding between the trolleys. Cooking is being done here and there is no shortage of goods. There is so little food and drink that there is little space to put it.

Farmers believe that if the government backs down, it is in their best interest.
Farmers believe that if the government backs down, it is in their best interest.

Farmers have formed their groups here and there. An elderly farmer smoking hookah in a group from Haryana says that if the government backs down, it will be better for them. We have given the government so much time to think and will give even more. If you don't believe me, we have sticks in our hands. The stick-stick will run everything. If we know how to form a government, we also know how to break it.

One more meeting with the government is scheduled for Wednesday. Neither the farmers nor the government has given any indication of retreat before this. Under these circumstances, it is difficult to say when the Indus Border, Tikri Border and other such borders of Delhi will become a battlefield.

To prevent this from happening, the Sikhs have been kept in the midst of a mixed army. They have also brought horses and falcons with them. A mischievous soldier says that this is not a battle of religion, this is a battle of truth. There is a king of the people, when the king becomes a thief, the public has to come on the road. There's a judge, there's a lawyer, and there's a young man. They understand the difference between right and wrong.

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