Delhi govt grants permission to farmers to stage a protest at Jantar Mantar on July 22

Delhi Police said that it has not given written permission to the farmers so far, to gather near the Parliament.

Delhi govt grants permission to farmers to stage a protest at Jantar Mantar on July 22

The Delhi government has granted permission to farmers to stage a protest at Jantar Mantar on July 22 to hold their own ‘Kisan Sansads’ on each working day of the Parliament’s Monsoon Session, subject to the following all COVID protocols, the sources said on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Delhi Special CP (Crime) Satish Golcha and Joint CP Jaspal Singh visited Jantar Mantar where farmers where are scheduled to hold a protest against three farm laws on July 22.

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Delhi Police said that it has not given written permission to the farmers so far, to gather near the Parliament.

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Meanwhile, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha stated that its contingents of two hundred farmers each would reach Jantar Mantar to protest against the government and hold their own ‘Kisan Sansads’ on each working day of the Parliament until the Monsoon Session ends.

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In Kerala, the Karshaka Prakshobha Aikyadhardya Samithi, in solidarity with the Kisan Sansads in front of the Parliament from tomorrow, will hold dharnas in front of Union Government offices in all 14 district headquarters and at the block level. 2 batches of farmers have left for Delhi to join the Parliament Protests.

Similarly, contingents of farmers are reaching from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and other distant states too.

More farmers are reaching protest sites every day, to further strengthen the movement. On Tuesday, a large contingent of farmers in a long convoy led by BKU Chaduni left from Yamunanagar. Similar mobilisations are happening to other protest sites too.

-PTC News