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Movement to reach 20 states, farmers leaders of Punjab mobilizing support in cities

It has been about 1 month for the farmers protesting the agricultural laws brought by the central government, agitating on the Delhi Border. During this, several rounds of talks were held with the government. But it failed. The farmers demand that the government withdraw these agricultural laws. Meanwhile, farmers now want to extend their movement to other parts of the country as well. For this, farmer leaders of Punjab are visiting many cities and mobilizing support there.

Indian Express According to the report, the aim of these farmer leaders is to reach the farmer movement to about 500 cities in 20 states by the end of December. For this, the farmer leaders of Punjab are leaving the agitation located on the border of Delhi and going to other cities. This information has been given by the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC).

Under the same objective of farmers, the state general secretary of Punjab’s Kirti Kisan Union (KKU) Satbir Singh was in Mumbai on Tuesday. There he attended a demonstration rally organized by former MP Raju Shetty and social worker Pratibha Shinde. Satbir Singh said on this whole incident, ‘KKU’s national wig All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha was part of this demonstration rally held in Mumbai. About 25 farmers associations of Punjab are demonstrating with the same objective. I went to Mumbai alone. The NDA government says that this movement is limited to Punjab only. But now we are getting the support of the farmer leaders of other states.

At the same time, BKU (Dakonda) General Secretary Jagmohan Singh Patiala says, ‘I am going to Patna to attend a demonstration rally on December 29. Many farmers associations of Bihar are organizing this demonstration rally together. I am going there as a member of AIKCC and a representative of Punjab Agriculture Association. I will talk to the local farmers and their leaders there.

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