Water for farmers’ use, is also for cops; cannon

Dilli Chalo agitation: Water for farmers' use, is also for cops; cannon

Farmers Protest: While ‘Dilli Chalo’ agitation pictures of cops using water cannons, tear gas shells, and resorting to lathi charge are hawking social media, yet there is a picture that is winning hearts showing Punjab farmers providing water to the cops deployed to stop them.

In a picture, the cops can be seen donning bulletproof jackets and helmets while the farmers are offering them water despite the fact that the cops are the ones who are trying to stop them.

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Farmers Protest: 'Dilli Chalo' agitation photos of cops using water cannons, tear gas shells against Punjab farmers are hawking social media.

These pictures show the generosity of the Punjabis. Punjab farmers are heading strongly towards Delhi as a part of their ‘Dilli Chalo’ agitation.

Earlier in the day, the police lathi-charged farmers protesting against the farm laws even as it resorted to water cannons and tear gas against the farmers.

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Farmers Protest: 'Dilli Chalo' agitation photos of cops using water cannons, tear gas shells against Punjab farmers are hawking social media.

Despite heavy security arrangements by Haryana police, the farmers, in high spirits, are heading towards the national capital giving a befitting reply to the Central government.

Farmers Protest: 'Dilli Chalo' agitation photos of cops using water cannons, tear gas shells against Punjab farmers are hawking social media.

The farmers called for ‘Dilli Chalo’ agitation to protest against the central agricultural laws. The farmers from across the country united and started marching towards the national capital.

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The farmers have brought rations and tents in their tractor trollies and trucks as they want farm laws to be repealed.

-PTC News