Seven months of protest against agricultural laws completed, today farmers will gherao Raj Bhavans across the country
Farmers' organizations, which are staging a sit-in on the borders of Delhi in protest against the three agricultural laws of the Center, will today gherao Raj Bhavans across the country and submit memorandums to the Governors and the President. Let us inform that seven months have been completed of the farmers' protest on the borders of Delhi.
Farmers' organizations, which are staging a sit-in on the borders of Delhi in protest against the three agricultural laws of the Central Government, will today gherao Raj Bhavans across the country and submit memorandums to the Governors and the President. Let us inform that seven months have been completed of the farmers' protest on the borders of Delhi. He started his movement on the Singhu border between Delhi and Haryana. The other two protest sites on the borders of the national capital are Tikri and Ghazipur. During this, there will also be a tractor march of farmers at the UP Gate on the Delhi-Ghaziabad border.
Three stations of Delhi Metro will remain closed
According to news agency PTI, in view of the farmers' protests, the Delhi Metro on Saturday decided to close three main stations on the Yellow Line for four hours. DMRC said that as per the advice of Delhi Police, three metro stations of Yellow Line, University, Civil Line and Vidhan Sabha will remain closed for public from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm tomorrow due to security reasons.
Farmers protesting since November 25 last year
A spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh said that farmers are again showing their strength in large numbers at the Ghazipur border. The farmers have been protesting since November 25 last year demanding the repeal of three central laws. On June 26, the representatives of farmers will submit a memorandum to the governors of different states. The Raj Niwas of Delhi is located in the Civil Lines area.
The deadlock did not break even after several rounds of talks
Farmers have been camping at the borders of Delhi since November last year to demand the withdrawal of new agricultural laws and a new law to guarantee the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for their crops. Several rounds of talks were held between the farmers and the government regarding this, but the deadlock did not end. The government last held talks with farmer leaders on January 22. Talks between the two sides came to a halt after a tractor parade by farmers in Delhi turned violent on January 26.
Fear of sabotage in anti-agriculture law movement
Intelligence agencies alerted Delhi Police and CISF. At the behest of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI, miscreants can disturb the anti-agriculture law movement. Intelligence agencies fear that the protesters may instigate security forces so that the situation gets out of hand. In view of this alert, security forces have made elaborate arrangements.