Protesting farmers observe ‘Black Day’ today to mark 100 days of agitation

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Black Day today: It’s been 100 days since the farmers started their protest against farm laws at Delhi borders. Thousands of farmers have been camping at various Delhi borders including Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur.

Meanwhile, farmers, to mark 100 days of farmers’ protest, are observing ‘Black Day’ today.

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Black Day today: It's been 100 days since farmers started their protest against farm laws at Delhi borders including Singhu, Tikri & others.

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is leading the front, asked people to wave black flags at homes and offices to support the protest against the government.

Likewise, the farmers Besides have given a call to block KMP Expressway and to free the toll plazas near the highways that are to be blocked.

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Black Day today: It's been 100 days since farmers started their protest against farm laws at Delhi borders including Singhu, Tikri & others.

After the protest in their respective regions, farmers from Punjab and Haryana started their march towards the national capital with their “Delhi Chalo” call in November 2020.

Black Day today: It's been 100 days since farmers started their protest against farm laws at Delhi borders including Singhu, Tikri & others.

Since November 26, farmers have been camped at various border points. After a few days, farmers from Uttar Pradesh also joined the agitation who settled at Ghazipur.

11 rounds of talks were held between farmers and those of the government but all of them remained unsuccessful. While farmers are adamant about the repeal of farm laws, the Centre has been asking farmers to reconsider the laws and discuss the doubts clause-wise.

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