July 31, 2021


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Kisan Sansad Today: ‘Parliament’ of farmers will run at Jantar Mantar from today in the midst of monsoon session, 200 farmers will join the dharna



  • Farmers’ Parliament will run at Jantar Mantar from today
  • 5-5 farmers from every organization will attend this parliament
  • Women will handle Parliament on 26 July and 9 August

New Delhi
one side monsoon session of parliament On the other hand, today the ‘Parliament’ of farmers will run outside the House at Jantar Mantar. The Delhi Police has given conditional approval to the demand of farmers to hold a protest in New Delhi during the monsoon session of Parliament. According to the information, after the third round of meeting held on Wednesday, 200 farmers were sent to Jantar Mantar. farmers’ parliament allowed to organize. In view of the Supreme Court’s directive not to be violated, a middle ground has been taken.

5-5 members allowed from each organization
About 40 farmer organizations from across the country are involved in the United Kisan Morcha. In such a situation, instead of allowing it as a group, it has been allowed at the level of individual organizations. 5-5 members from each organization have been allowed to go to Jantar Mantar. All these people will gather at the Singhu border on Thursday morning, from where the police themselves will bring these people in 5-6 buses and escort them along a fixed route to Jantar Mantar. The representatives of the farmers’ organizations sitting on the Tikri and Ghazipur border will also have to reach the Singhu border first and from there they will have to board the bus.

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There was an agreement between the police and the farmers on these things

  • Kisan Sansad will run daily from 11 am to 5 pm
  • 5 people will be involved from each organization who will be identified
  • Instead of separate borders, farmers will be given entry to Delhi from the Singhu border.
  • After gathering at Singhu border, farmers will go to Jantar Mantar by buses
  • Police car will also run with farmers’ buses
  • Will have to perform with Kovid rules at Jantar Mantar
  • Along with the security arrangements, CCTV will also be monitored at Jantar Mantar.
  • After 5 pm, the farmers will be brought back to the Singhu border through buses.
  • The platform that will be formed in the Kisan Sansad will be addressed from amongst those farmers.



CCTV surveillance at Jantar Mantar

Women will handle Parliament for two days
BKU spokesperson Dharmendra said that more than 40 organizations are involved in the movement. Each farmer organization will send 5 farmers for the batch when its turn comes. Every farmer joining the Kisan Sansad batch will have his own ID. He told that on July 26 and August 9, the batch of women farmers would be prominently involved in the Kisan Parliament.

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DDMA also allowed farmers’ demonstration
Along with the Delhi Police, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has also given permission to the farmers to protest at Jantar Mantar. Rajesh Goel, Additional CEO of DDMA, wrote a letter to Deepak Purohit, Additional Commissioner (Headquarters) of Delhi Police on Wednesday evening informing that the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi has accepted the request made by the Delhi Police and United Kisan Morcha. 200 farmers have been allowed to protest at Jantar Mantar under the banner of


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Farmer said – Opposition should not boycott Parliament
Farmers leader Azad Palwan told that 200 farmers will run parallel house at Jantar Mantar. Called upon all the MPs of the Opposition to raise the voice of the farmers in the House by not boycotting the sittings of the House which are currently going on. If the MPs of the opposition do not do this, then the MPs of the opposition will be boycotted like the MPs of the ruling party. A resolution to boycott the schemes being run by the government has also been passed.