Demand for the repeal of the three Central Agricultural Laws, which has been going on for more than 2 months, has entered the 66th day on Saturday. Meanwhile, the administration has taken a big decision to stop the farmers from coming on the Indus border from Punjab and Haryana. Under this, the road is also being dug on National Highway 1 to prevent the entry of protesters into the Delhi border. JCB’s help has been taken for this. It is being told that during the next few hours the road will be dug, after which the protesters will not be able to come here through their vehicles. At the same time, a large number of security personnel are present 2 km before the Singhu border to prevent the villagers from going towards the protest site.
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- In view of the situation on Saturday afternoon, the Delhi Police has closed the road on both sides of the National Highway between Ghaziabad and Ghazipur. This information has been given by Delhi Traffic Department.
- On the other hand, thousands of farmers have gathered on the borders of Singhu, Tikri, and UP with their demands. Due to this, heavy security forces have been deployed on both borders. At the same time, Kisan Krantikari Union has demanded from the Haryana Government that the internet service should be restored at these places in Sonepat, Palwal, Gurugram, Tikari border.
- Let us tell that farmers are also protesting on the borders of Delhi-Haryana and Uttar Pradesh against Shukrava new agricultural laws. Meanwhile, in a series of protests, agitating farmers will sit on hunger strike on Saturday on the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Saturday will be celebrated as ‘Sadbhavna Divas’. Meanwhile, farmers are fasting from 9 am to 5 pm.
- At the same time, the ADG Law and Order of Uttar Pradesh Police say that the security deployment was extended on the Ghazipur border in the past so that no rogue should enter the protest and create a ruckus. At the same time, some people made the assumption that we are going to use force. We said we would discuss it before coming to a conclusion and it is going on.
Farmers today are being called traitors: Yogendra Yadav
Yogendra Yadav, head and farmer representative of Swaraj Abhiyan at Ghazipur border of UP Gate said that farmers are being called traitors today. If ever this happens, no one will be able to save this country. Addressing the farmers on Friday from the platform of the Kisan Andolan Sthal, he said that his struggle is to continue. He said that whatever happened in the Red Fort of Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day shows the failure of the government. A high-level impartial investigation is necessary for every case in Delhi. The government should resign, taking moral responsibility for the shameful incident of the Red Fort. He called upon the farmers to continue the movement in a peaceful manner, showing solidarity.
Delhi government gave water
Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said on Friday that we thank the Delhi government for providing water, but we will not take water from Delhi. If the state government does not provide water, then we will remove water by boring it into the road. He has demanded a fair investigation into the nuisance in Delhi. On the other hand, after the warning of Rakesh Tikait, the tankers of the administration reached the water at the movement site.
Hyvoltage drama played at UP Gate
A high-voltage drama continued at the venue of the movement from Thursday afternoon to early Friday to raise farmers agitating since November 28 at UP Gate demanding withdrawal of agricultural laws. From Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of Bhakiyu who is leading the movement, the police-administration has left no stone unturned to beat each other. Ultimately the police-administration had to come on the back foot and the force was removed from the movement site.
An attempt to create a rift between Punjab and Haryana
Balbir Singh Rajewal said that the people of the government tried to create a rift between Punjab and Haryana, but people have understood this and a large number of farmers of Haryana have also reached the border to participate in the movement. He also thanked the farmers of Haryana for this. He also said that what happened in front of Gurudwara Sheeshganj in Delhi is very shameful. The government is trying to make this movement a Hindu-Sikh issue. We will not let it succeed. This country belongs to all and is and will remain a Sikh and Hindu brother.