500 farmers will take out tractor rally till Parliament every day of winter session, SKM announced


The farmers’ movement is about to gain momentum during the winter session of Parliament. On Tuesday, the United Kisan Morcha announced that 500 farmers would take out a rally with tractors and trolleys to Parliament every day with the beginning of the winter session starting from November 29. In a statement issued by the United Farmers Front, it was said, ‘The winter session of Parliament is starting from November 29. The United Kisan Morcha has decided that every day from November 29 till the end of the session, 500 selected farmers will take out a rally with tractors and trolleys till the Parliament. This rally will be completely disciplined and peaceful.

The leaders of all the organizations involved in the United Farmers Front held a meeting on Tuesday at the Singhu border, in which this decision was taken. Apart from this, demonstrations will be held across the country, on state borders and in Delhi on 26 November to mark the completion of one year of the farmers’ movement. The United Kisan Morcha said that on this occasion, farmers of many states including Punjab, Haryana, UP, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan will travel towards the Delhi border. It is clear from the announcement of the farmers’ organizations that during the last week of November and the winter session, the effect of the agitation can be seen in Delhi and surrounding areas.

Due to this, there is a possibility of jam on the roads and disruption of rail traffic in Delhi-NCR, Haryana, Punjab, West UP. It is worth noting that till now no solution has been found for the farmers’ agitation which has been going on for the last one year. Several leaders, including Rakesh Tikait of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, have reiterated that they will not return without the withdrawal of the three new agricultural laws and the implementation of the MSP Act. Let us inform that in many areas of Haryana, there have been cases of clashes between farmers and BJP leaders.




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