- Farmers’ tractor march today on completion of 7 months of farmers’ movement
- Farmers wrote ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in the letter of anger written to the President
- Security tightened in Delhi, three metro stations closed for 4 hours as a precaution
Today on 26th June, it has been 7 months since the farmers protested on the borders of Delhi. On this occasion, farmers will protest outside Raj Bhavans across the country today and will submit a memorandum to the President. Apart from this, farmer organizations are preparing to take out tractor march. Earlier, farmer organizations have written a letter of anger in the name of President Ram Nath Kovind. In this, the United Kisan Morcha has appealed to the President to repeal the three agricultural laws brought by the Central Government.
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Meanwhile, President of Bharatiya Kisan Union Youth Wing, Gaurav Tiket said, “We will submit a memorandum to the Governor across the country today to repeal the new agricultural laws.” Our protest will be peaceful. At the same time, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again supported the farmers. Rahul Gandhi tweeted today- ‘Sidhi-Sidhi Baat Hai- We are with Satyagrahi Annadata’.
Security tightened in Delhi
Security was tightened in the capital Delhi in view of the farmers’ tractor rally. Police and paramilitary forces have been deployed in different areas of Delhi. These pictures are of ITO where police and paramilitary personnel are seen ready. At the same time, Tarachand Mathur Marg and Raj Niwas Marg in Delhi will remain closed from both sides due to the protest of the farmers.
Three metro stations of Yellow Line will remain closed for 4 hours
In view of the farmers’ protest, three metro stations of Yellow Line will remain closed for 4 hours from 10 am to 2 pm today. These stations include University, Civil Line and Vidhan Sabha. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) gave this information on Friday. It is believed that as per the advice of Delhi Police, this decision has been taken for security reasons. However, DMRC has not clarified the reason for taking this decision.
Farmers protest amid warnings of Corona
The country is currently battling with the second wave of Corona and the third wave is being feared. In such a situation, the performance of the farmers can pose a threat to them. In such demonstrations, social distancing and corona rules are not followed anyway. Its sample was also shown during the reception of tractor rally on Ghazipur border on Friday.
‘Mann Ki Baat’ written in fury letter to the President
In this letter written by the United Kisan Morcha on Friday, it has been said that he has been leading the farmers’ movement on all the borders of Delhi for the last 7 months. Farmers are doing their agitation facing many challenges during these 7 months. The government should pay attention to this condition of the farmers. Not only this, somewhere in this letter an attempt has been made to force the President to think that all the three agricultural laws brought by the central government are unconstitutional. Because the central government has no right to make laws regarding the agricultural market.
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The plight of farmers was mentioned in the letter
The plight of the farmers has also been mentioned in the letter to the President. It was also said that in order to break the farmers’ agitation across the country for the last 7 months, the government has blown away all the limits of democracy. He said that the farmers’ movement under the banner of United Kisan Morcha has become a movement to save democracy in the country, not agriculture. In such a situation, we hope that we will get your support, because you have taken an oath to save the constitution, not the government.
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Farmer leaders welcomed the tractor rally
The leaders of the Bharatiya Kisan Union welcomed the tractor rally that came from Saharanpur Shamli on Friday to support the farmers’ movement on the Ghazipur border. However, during this time neither the farmers nor their leaders were seen following the corona protocol. No one wore a mask nor maintained social distancing. The tractor rally was led by BKU National President Naresh Tikait and his son Gaurav Tikait.