Farmers are stuck on the ticking border to get three agricultural laws canceled. The farmers here have sent messages in Punjab on the possibility of forcibly removing the farmers from the route by imposing curfew in the area around Tikri and Singhu Border as soon as the Bengal elections are over. Said that the farmers who had gone to their house should reach the border before May 2. So that the administration could not succeed in its cause.
In this regard, on Thursday, the farmers held a meeting with SDM Hitendra Kumar. After this, the farmers told that they had come only for basic facilities like cleanliness and water. Which the administration has closed. But it is believed that farmers have gone back due to the Kanak crop. Farmers living here are upset without the basic facilities.
Farmers are apprehensive that the election results etc. in Bengal on May 2 will have stopped. During that time curfew will be imposed in these areas by making Corona a weapon. It is likely that preparations will be made to send the farmers back to Punjab by night. Therefore, messages have been sent that after completing the Kanak crop work within 15 days, all the farmers should return to the borders.
In 15 days, all the farmers will reach the borders: Bhakiyu’s secretary Prakash Singh Rajewala, who came out after meeting with the SDM in his office, said that in 15 days all our farmers will be back on the borders. Messages have been sent for this. The meeting with SDM was also attended by Bhakiau chief Jogendra Singh Nain, Suba Secretary Prakash Singh Rajewala, Baldev Singh, Amarjit Singh, Master Buta Singh.
On the other hand, on the bypass also, the farmers are also expected that if the number is reduced, then the administration can do any action at night. For this, all the farmers have been asked to return to the borders again. So that the attempt to break the movement could not succeed.
Kundli border – fire in huts, farmers accused of conspiracy
A sudden fire broke out in 4 huts of the farmers of Ambala-Patiala in front of the MARKER MALL on Rai, Kundli Border. On receiving information, the fire brigade’s team managed to control the fire. Farmer leader Baldev Singh alleged that at the behest of the state government, some anti-social elements have set fire. The government is trying to weaken the peasant movement by setting it on fire.
Action taken in the case of making KMP asaad toll-free, cases of arrears and 125 farmers filed
The KMP’s neighbors are engaged in the rituals of making them toll-free and vandalizing and threatening to kill the employees. In this, FIR has been lodged in the Asauda police station against the leader of United Kisan Morcha Gurnam Singh Chaduni and 125 farmers. This action has been taken on the complaint of the senior manager of KMP. For this, the call of the Leader of the United Kisan Morcha on social media has been called as the main reason for the agitation.
Now, on the basis of videography done on the spot, all 125 farmers are identified and preparing their list. On Tuesday, SDM Hitendra Kumar and DSP Pawan Kumar started the toll on the KMP with the team without any interruption.
On Wednesday, through social media, Chaudhuri called upon the farmers to close the toll after reaching the Asauda toll. So far Rajesh of Jind, Vikas Rakhi of Hisar, Suman Hooda from Gurgaon, Narendra Ahlawat from Gnocchi, Jasbir Singh from Bhatti, Ballu from Mandaithi village have been identified.