Farmers observe 'black day' to mark six months of agitation

By Rajan Nath - May 26, 2021 11:05 am

As announced by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, farmers have been observing 'black day' on Wednesday to mark six months of the ongoing farmers' protest at Delhi borders against farm laws.

The black day is being observed by farmers to mark six months of farmers’ protest at the Delhi borders and the completion of seven years of PM Modi-led BJP government.

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As announced by Samyukta Kisan Morcha, farmers have been observing 'black day' to mark six months of farmers' protest against farm laws.

Farmers along with the central trade unions are raising black flags to protest against the government and farm laws 2020.

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As announced by Samyukta Kisan Morcha, farmers have been observing 'black day' to mark six months of farmers' protest against farm laws.

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha had stated that PM Modi had first taken oath as the Prime Minister on May 26, 2014. The SKM made it clear that farmers will not stop protesting until the government repeals the farm laws.

Farmers have been protesting against the farm laws for six months while more than 400 farmers died during the agitation. A total of 11 rounds of meetings took place between the Central government and farmers but all of them remained inconclusive.

As announced by Samyukta Kisan Morcha, farmers have been observing 'black day' to mark six months of farmers' protest against farm laws.

Meanwhile, farmers wrote a letter to PM Modi to continue the talks over the farm laws but there should be no conditions on it. The farmers are yet to receive any response.

Several political leaders have come in support of farmers and urged the Central government to hold unconditional talks with farmers.

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