Farmer Protest 2.0: Farmer organizations in action against lathi charge, will block railway tracks in Punjab from 12 noon tomorrow

Farmer Protest 2.0: The anger of farmer organizations has erupted against the stopping of farmers’ Delhi Chalo march at the border and lathi charge on farmers. Punjab’s largest farmer organization Bharatiya Kisan Union Ugraha has announced to block the railway track tomorrow in protest against the release of tear gas. Farmer organizations have said that tomorrow i.e. Thursday, railway tracks will be blocked from 12 noon to 4 pm. It is noteworthy that the police has stopped the farmers’ attempt to enter Delhi. There are massive protests taking place in Shambhu and Tikri border. Seeing the movement becoming violent, the police had to resort to lathicharge.

Farmer organizations held a meeting regarding the movement
The farmers are determined to go to Delhi with their march. They are having a strong protest on the border. There have also been clashes with the police at many places. The police stopped the farmers at the Shambhu border of Haryana, after which the farmers started violent protests. The farmers also forcibly removed the barricade. After this, the police released tear gas shells and also resorted to lathicharge to disperse the farmers. Farmer organizations held a meeting regarding this.

Union Minister Arjun Munda appealed to the farmers
Amidst the ongoing agitation of farmers regarding their demands, Union Minister Arjun Munda has said that I would like to urge all the leaders of various farmer organizations to cooperate and communicate so that the common people do not face problems, the government is committed in this regard. . We have assured them that all work of administrative nature will be expedited. But many things still have to be considered in making new laws. In the coming days, we want to discuss with farmer organizations and consider any possible solution.

Government should create positive environment for talks- Pandher
At the same time, farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher has said that farmers will consider any proposal coming from the Center for talks regarding their demands, but a positive environment should be created for dialogue. He appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enact a law to guarantee the Minimum Support Price (MSP). At the same time, Pandher also criticized the Center for the police action against the protesting farmers. He said that many farmers have been injured. The farmer leader said that despite this we will not say that we do not want to talk but appeal to the government to stop all this to create a positive environment. We were ready for talks yesterday also and are ready today also.

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