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Farmers protest: Farmers plan from January 12 to 26, this step will be taken

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“We are protesting peacefully, there is no government in Haryana,” he told reporters at the Tikar border. Our demand is from the central government, the Haryana government is interfering in it, which we condemn. The government should help the farmers.

Farmers protest: The farmers’ movement on the border of the country’s capital Delhi continues today for the 46th day. Farmers are protesting against the new agricultural law brought by the central government. Even in the eighth round, there was no discussion between the peasant leaders and the government.

Now the ninth round is going to be discussed on 15th January. Hopefully there is very little chance of a reunion in this ninth round of talks. The government is refusing to repeal them as farmers have demanded the repeal of agricultural laws. But ready for amendment. Meanwhile, farmers are now planning for January 12-26.

Plan from 12 to 26 January

According to the news agency ANI, a farmer on the Tikar border told reporters that while we were protesting peacefully, there was no such thing as a government in Haryana. Our demand is from the central government, the Haryana government is interfering in it, which we condemn. The government should help the farmers.

Tomorrow (January 12), we will have a tractor procession at Sirsa Kalavani. On January 13, 3 black law copies will be lit across the country. A caravan will leave Sirsa Toll Plaza for Delhi on January 15 and we are training across the country for January 2.

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For information, let me inform you that on 13th January, the festival of Lohri is coming. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Punjab and Haryana. Farmers in these two states are protesting against agricultural laws on the Delhi border. Under such circumstances, the farmers have started preparations for the Lohri festival at the Sinhu border.

The central government has introduced a second strategy

The press secretary of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti told reporters that the farmers’ protest against the agricultural law at the Singhu border continued for the 47th day today. Now the government has started the second strategy. They are bringing fake farming organizations. Small organizations stand to challenge us.

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