Farmers Protest: Tractor moved on the expressway during March, farmers ate food on the ground


New Delhi: The agitation of farmers against agricultural laws continues on the 43rd day. So far no solution has been reached between the farmers and the government on this issue. Taking the protest forward, farmers took out a tractor march today. At the same time, when the farmers got hungry during March, the farmers started their anchor on the Eastern Peripheral Expressway itself. In fact, in the tractor march of farmers, separate arrangements were made for the farmers to eat in the trains. In these trains, water system, bread, vegetables and fruits were kept for eating.

A batch of farmers started the anchor service on the middle road, arranging food for other peasant brothers on the Eastern Peripheral Expressway itself.

The farmers ate food sitting on the ground and then joined the march of their other colleagues. The administration kept a close watch on this march of farmers, even the senior officers of the police department continued to go along with the farmers in this march. The United Kisan Morcha had already announced the tractor march in which it was announced to take out the march on January 6 in the event of failure of the January 4 talks with the government. But, seeing the weather was forecast to be bad, it increased it by one day to seven January.

“This March 26 January Tractor Parade Rehearsal” Farmers’ organizations say that today’s tractor is a rehearsal of the tractor parade to be held on March 26. Rakesh Tikait, national spokesperson of the Indian Farmers Union, said, this is the anger of the farmer brothers against the government, the government should listen to the farmers. The government has to think how soon it can finish the matter. We are just demanding the withdrawal of the law.

After the negotiations with the farmers government to resolve this issue on Monday, the next round of talks has been fixed on January 8. Harinder Singh, Punjab’s farmer leader and general secretary of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Lakhowal), said that if the talks with the government on Friday also fail, then a strategy will be set to intensify the movement.