Farmers will hold a tractor rally today as a show of strength, tomorrow they will talk to the government
According to the information, on Thursday, farmers will organize a tractor rally for the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway (Kmp Expressway) from Delhi’s Singhu Border, Tikari Border, Ghazipur Border and Shahjahanpur of Haryana-Rajasthan border at 11 am. Under the auspices of United Kisan Morcha, the route has been changed on Eastern Peripheral for common passengers in view of the tractor journey taken by the farmers from Ghazipur border to Palwal on Thursday. This information was given by the media spokesman of the police commissioner.
The yatra will be taken out under the leadership of Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (apolitical). The tractor journey will go on Eastern Peripheral Road to Palwal via Duhai, Dasna of Ghaziabad and Beel Akbarpur of Gautam Budh Nagar, Sirsa and then return from there.
During this time, vehicles going from Gillam Budh Nagar to Beel Akbarpur and Sirsa Cut to Palwal will not be able to go on peripheral road from 12 noon to 3 pm. They will be diverted. Similarly, police said that vehicles going from Sirsa Cut and Beal Akbarpur towards Sonipat will not be able to go on Eastern Peripheral Road from 2 pm to 5 pm. They will be diverted. State Vice President of Indian Farmers Union Bhanu, Dr. Tarun Bhardwaj said that farmers will take out a tractor rally on Thursday in protest against the new agricultural laws. He told that the farmers will reach the dharna site on the Ghazipur border, taking out a tractor rally tomorrow. Let me tell you that the deadlock between the government and farmer organizations on the three new agricultural laws for more than a month has not ended even after the seventh round of talks.
Representatives of farmer organizations are adamant on their demand to repeal these laws, while the government is counting them as benefits. Now the 8th round of talks is to be held between the government and farmer leaders on 8 January. After a meeting that lasted nearly four hours, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said, ‘No decision could be made in today’s meeting. There will be talks again on January 8 between the government and farmer organizations.