Kisan Aandolan: 100 days of farmer agitation, 5 hours blockade on KMP expressway today
On the completion of hundred days of Kisan Aandolan, farmers will register their protest by putting black flags on their houses and wearing black bands on their hands. Also, a 5-hour blockade will be held on the KMP (Kundali Manesar Palwal) Expressway.
New Delhi : Today, the Kisan Aandolan on the borders of Delhi in protest against the Agricultural Law has completed 100 days. On the completion of hundred days of the peasant movement, farmers will register their protest by putting black flags on their houses and tying black bands on their hands. With this, a 5-hour blockade will be done on the KMP (Kundali Manesar Palwal) Expressway today. To intensify the peasant movement again, farmers will jam in Dadri, Greater Noida, Dasna and Duhai in protest.
Farmers are due to complete three months on the Makdouli toll. Farmer leader Raju, who is staging a sit-in at Muckauli toll plaza, said that farmers are forced to agitate due to the wrong laws of the government. He has announced to block the KMP highway today, warning the government.
Farmer leader Master Mahendra Singh Chauhan and Rajkumar Olihan said that on the call of United Kisan Morcha, the farmer here maintains every order. The farmers will sit on the toll barrier on the road and hold public meetings and protest. The entire outline of the protest has been prepared. Farmers from villages will come to the protest site in tractor-trolleys and the expressway will be blocked from 11 to 4 pm.
Tomorrow, the women movement will be in the hands of women
On the occasion of International Women's Day on March 8, peasant women will not only take over the reins of the peasant movement but will also protest in a new way. In today's meeting of women sitting in protest on Delhi's Ghazipur border, it has been decided to express protest by applying mehndi on International Women's Day. However, this will not be an ordinary mehndi. Farmer women say that it will be revolutionary Mehndi.