Farmers’ organizations, which have been agitating against the new agricultural laws for more than 3 months, have now decided to spoil the BJP game in the electoral states. The United Kisan Morcha held a press conference on the Singhu border on Tuesday, stating that it will send the farmer leaders to the contested states so that the farmers there can be appealed to defeat the BJP.
Apart from this, farmers will also block the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway on 6 March, marking the completion of 100 days of the movement. On March 8, on Women’s Day, women protesters will lead demonstrations at other places, including Delhi’s borders.
We Will hold a public meeting in Kolkata on March 12
Kisan Morcha leader Yogendra Yadav said that the expressway would be jammed at different places for 5 hours. The leader of the organization will hold a public meeting in Kolkata on 12 March. Yadav said that our leaders will also visit Karnataka. Their farmers are getting at least 1000 rupees less than the MSP on crops.
Will not ask for votes for anyone
Another farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal said that our teams will appeal to the farmers to defeat the BJP. For this, she will visit electoral states including West Bengal and Kerala.
Rajewal said that we will not ask for votes for any party. We will appeal to the people to vote for the candidates who can defeat the BJP.