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Farmers will travel to Delhi on Independence Day too? Know how to celebrate independence

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The farmers, who have been protesting against the three new agricultural laws of the Center in Delhi and its surrounding borders for almost 8 months, have announced the outline of their movement for the country’s 75th Independence Day. Farmers have decided to celebrate Independence Day as ‘Farmer-Mazdoor Azadi Sangram Diwas’. Following the call of the United Kisan Morcha, farmers across the country will take out ‘tricolor rallies’ on this day at the block and tehsil level. The farmers, however, insisted that they would not enter Delhi.

Farmers protesting against three new agricultural laws of the Center have decided to celebrate the country’s 75th Independence Day as ‘Kisan-Mazdoor Azadi Sangram Diwas’. Following the call of the United Kisan Morcha, farmers across the country will take out ‘tricolor rallies’ on this day at the block and tehsil level. The farmers, however, insisted that they would not enter Delhi.

Kavita Kuruganti of the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) said that the United Kisan Morcha has called upon all constituent organizations on August 15 to observe this day as ‘Farmer-Mazdoor Azadi Sangram Diwas’ and the tricolor will be celebrated on this day. March be organized.

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He said that on this day, farmers and laborers will take out tractor, motor cycle, cycle and bullock cart etc. in the tricolor march and will travel towards block, tehsil, district headquarters. They can also visit nearby dharna sites. During this, the tricolor will be displayed on the vehicles.

Farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohar said that rallies would be taken out across the country from 11 am to 1 pm. In Delhi also, tricolor marches will be taken out at Singhu border, Tikri border and Ghazipur border and programs will be organized throughout the day.

Farmer leader Jagmohan Singh said that farmers would march from the main stage at the protest site to KMP Express, about eight kilometers away, on the Singhu border. The farmers insisted that the tricolor rally on August 15 would be peaceful and distance would be kept from Delhi.

He said that the developments of January 26 had defamed our movement, so on August 15, the tricolor march will not come to Delhi, but our agitation will not end until our demands are met.

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