Farmers’ Protest: Samyukta Kisan Morcha to hold a meeting today

Samyukta Kisan Morcha Meeting: The farmers’ agitation against the Centre’s agricultural laws at various borders of Delhi continues for the 77th day. 11 round of meetings between the farmers and the government have been held so far but no solution has come out.

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Looking at the attitude of the government, the farmers are now going to intensify the agitation. Samyukta Kisan Morcha will hold a meeting at 2 pm today.

According to the reports, further strategy would be worked out in the meeting of the Kisan Morcha today. Leaders of various farmers’ organizations are expected to attend the meeting. Whatever decisions are taken during this meet, will be shared with the agitating farmers. The number of farmers are increasing at many borders.

Suggestions on Farm LawsEarlier, the Kisan Unions rejected the government’s offer to put the law on ice for a year and a half. No date has been fixed for the new meeting after the 11th meeting was adjourned. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha meeting will devise a strategy to intensify the agitation to put pressure on the government.

 

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Meanwhile, Delhi Police have arrested five more youths from Burari in connection with the violence that took place during a tractor parade of farmers on the occasion of Republic Day.

The officials said that Surjit alias Dipu (26), Satveer Singh alias Sachin (32), Sandeep Singh (30), Devender Singh (35) and Ravi Kumar (24) have been arrested. According to the police, three of them are residents of Nehru Vihar and two of Rohini.

Kisan Andolan Today 77th day , Sanyukt Kisan Morcha meeting todayDeep Sidhu was arrested by the police on Monday night in connection with the January 26 violence at the Red Fort. Deep Sidhu has been arrested by a special cell of Delhi Police. The main accused Deep Sidhu had been absconding since January 26.

However, former gangsters Lakha Sidhana and Jugraj, who hoisted the flag at the Red Fort, are still missing.

-PTC News