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Monday, 7 December 2020

Farmers are also coming from Gujarat, Karnataka to join the agitation against the new agricultural law, women farmers are meeting on the app for the agitation

Ground Report: Farmers are also coming from Gujarat, Karnataka to join the agitation against the new agricultural law, women farmers are meeting on the app for the agitation




The temperature on the National Highway gets 13 degrees at night, blankets are provided so that it does not feel cold at night.



On December 8, the All India Farmers' Struggle Coordinating Committee announced a ban against the new agricultural law. As many as 20 political parties, including the Congress, and 10 trade unions have joined in its support. Farmer leader Baldev Singh Nihalgarh said the closure would last from morning till evening and Chakkajam till 3 pm. Ambulances and wedding vehicles will be allowed to go. Players and artists from Punjab may announce the return of the award on Monday. The next round of talks with the government is scheduled for the 9th. Before that the closure will be crucial.

It has been 11 days since the farmers settled here in protest of the new agricultural law. Day and night anchor service continues for about 1 lakh protesters at the border. Juice, pizza, desi ghee ladu, jalebi, panipuri, almonds and walnuts are also being distributed. There are miles of tractor-trolley lines on the National Highway. The protesters have made it their home. Many agitating farmers are saying this is the first time they have seen such protests. Many farmers have been involved from abroad. Each 10 Douglas is anchored. Among the vegetables, pea cheese, cabbage-potato, chole-puri, radish paratha, potato-onion paratha are also being made. 15 tons of ladu made from desi ghee has come from a village in Punjab. The Muslim community of Malerkotla has started the anchor service of Wedge Pulav. Blankets are provided at night so that it does not feel cold in winter. Soap, brush and paste are available. There are 15 medical camps at the site of the agitation.

Bhulinder Pal Singh is from Greece. Weaving bread in the anchor. They say a six-month ration has been brought. Gurpinder Singh, who is from Dubai, says Modiji can tell when he will leave. Vikram Singh, from Sajjewal village in Jagraon, said farmers from Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Rajasthan also came on Sunday. The Transport and Petrol Pump Association is offering quintal-quintal milk. Farmers in Haryana are providing raw materials for food and drink, petrol-diesel and cylinders. Haryana, Punjab Milk Assoc. And the local milkman is giving several tons of milk daily.

Nanu Joginder Singh's report from Tikri and Indus border
Tikri border comes before Delhi. It's 8 o'clock at night. The lights are on in the tractor trolley and the mobile is being charged from the charging point installed in this trolley. Jasveer Kaur Nat is busy meeting women associated with the peasant movement in the rest of the country. The meeting is taking place on the Zoom app. A teacher from Chandigarh has also come to the meeting. When talking about farmers' pickets, it is recalled that similar pickets have taken place earlier. The role of women in all movements is being discussed and further strategies are being worked out.



Currently 20 to 25 per cent women have reached due to the cotton picking and wheat planting season. This small trolley of the farmer's house is his home, it has every item he needs. It has mobile charging points, lights, stairs, dining area etc. Being folding, it can be opened and seated. A truckload of sweets and snacks has arrived to ensure that the farmers, who have been on strike since November 26, do not have to worry about food. Here, the people of Haryana have opened their doors to farmers from Punjab so that women do not have to defecate or bathe in the open. The next morning, as women farmers were clearing the stage at the Tikri border, an elderly Haryana leader asked the youth to move away from the security personnel. They are saying from the stage that hosh with josh is necessary. This is the battle of the future. Have to fight patiently. You people keep the peace. Jagbir Kaur of the Indian Farmers Union says the preparations have been going on for 3 months.




Law will not be withdrawn, we can amend: Kailash Chaudhary

Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary said, "I don't think the real farmers working on their farms are worried about this." Some politicians try to add fuel to the fire. Farmers are in support of the new law. I don't think the law should be withdrawn, we can amend it if needed.
The All India Farmers' Struggle Coordinating Committee has declared a nationwide strike on December 8 against agricultural laws. Farmers in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Chandigarh, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu have supported the ban.
Eleven parties, including the leading opposition Congress, have expressed support for the farmers' India ban. The party leaders have asked for time to meet the President on December 9 at 5 p.m. It also has the support of 10 trade unions.


Olympic medalist Vijender Singh has backed the movement, saying that if the law is not withdrawn, he will give the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award.



In Mumbai, the Akali Dal leader met Maharashtra CM Uddhav. Uddhav has supported the movement. He will also attend a meeting in Delhi in two weeks.


Farmer leader Baldev Singh Nihalgarh said on Sunday that it would be closed from morning till evening on December 8. Chakkajam will be held till 3 pm.

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