Farmers Protest: From today onwards, farmers will go on hunger strike, Mann ki Baat will play plate during the program
New Delhi: Farmers’ Protest against Agricultural Laws continues (Farmers Protest) on 26th day and from today onwards the protesting farmers will go on hunger strike. With this, the Bharatiya Kisan Union has decided to free all toll plazas in Haryana on 25, 26 and 27 December in support of the movement.
11-11 farmers will go on hunger strike at every protest venue
Agricultural laws (Agriculture Laws), The farmers have announced to go on hunger strike from today (Monday). He has said that 24-hour hunger strike is going to start at all the protest sites and 11-11 farmers will go on a fast on every demonstration site. At the same time, all the farmer organizations have appealed people not to take one time meal on the occasion of Farmers Day on 23 December.
Utensils will play during the Mann Ki Baat program
The protesting farmers have announced that on 27 December, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) Will play utensils at the time of the program. The leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, Jagjit Singh Dalewala, said that we request everyone that by the time PM Modi’s address to the country goes, everyone should play the plate.
Farmers rally tractor rally in support of laws
There are many organizations among the agitation of farmers’ organizations against the new agricultural laws, which are continuously supporting these laws. On Sunday, farmers associated with Hind Mazdoor Kisan Samiti of Meerut also took out a tractor rally from Meerut to Ghaziabad on Sunday. After this, these farmers reached Delhi and met Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and gave a memorandum in support of all three agricultural laws. Handing over the memorandum, the farmers of the committee said that this law will further strengthen the farmer. Along with the support of agricultural laws, these farmers also asked the Agriculture Minister to make tubewells free for farmers.
Farmers’ organizations expressed displeasure over foreign donations
Organizations involved in the movement have expressed their displeasure over the fact that the farmers’ movement received foreign funds. Bharatiya Kisan Union Ugrahan, one of the largest farmer organizations in Punjab, has expressed its displeasure at the Central Government seeking information about the registration of the organization. Chairman Joginder Ugran and its general secretary Sukhdev Singh have said that the Center is using all tactics, as their sole aim is to defeat the ongoing movement.
Registration mandatory for receiving donations from abroad
In fact, registration of any organization receiving donations from foreign countries is mandatory. The chairman of Kisan Ekta Ugrahan told that he has been sent an email from his bank in Punjab, which said that he will have to give information about registration of his organization for donations received from abroad. He alleged that the central government was creating obstacles to thwart the farmers’ movement.