On the completion of one year of the farmers’ movement, the Delhi CM has congratulated the protesting farmers. (File Photo)
On the completion of one year of the farmers’ movement, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that today the farmers’ movement (One Year of Farmers Protest) It’s been a full year. This historical movement faced many intrigues along with heat-cold, rain-storm. The farmer of the country taught us all that how to fight for the right with patience. I salute the courage, courage, spirit and sacrifice of the farmer brothers.
The farmers have been camping in the three borders of Delhi, Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur for the last one year. The movement against the three new agricultural laws of the Center began with the ‘Delhi Chalo’ program on November 26-27 last year. The Center has recently announced its decision to repeal three agricultural laws.
Today, the farmers’ movement has completed one year. This historical movement faced many intrigues along with heat-cold, rain-storm.
The farmer of the country taught us all that how to fight for the right with patience. I salute the courage, courage, spirit and sacrifice of the farmer brothers.
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) November 26, 2021
Government does not want to talk to farmers – Rakesh Tikait
On the completion of one year of the farmers’ movement, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that today people will come and talk on all the borders. Right now the movement is going on. If the central government talks, then further solution will be found, they do not want to talk at all. How can a solution be found without talking?
Farmers across the country will celebrate on the completion of one year of the movement
According to a statement by the United Kisan Morcha, “Thousands of farmers have started arriving at various protest sites in Delhi. Preparations are underway to organize rallies, dharnas and other programs on this occasion in the states located away from Delhi.
Farmers will block major highways in Karnataka. Demonstrations will be held jointly with trade unions at all district headquarters in Tamil Nadu, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh.
Tractor rallies will be taken out in Raipur and Ranchi. In West Bengal, rallies have been planned in Kolkata as well as districts. Solidarity will also be displayed from around the world from Friday.
The SKM said that during the year-long agitation, at least 683 farmers have sacrificed their lives so far. A meeting of the SKM will be held on Saturday at Singhu border where the protesting farmers union will decide on the future course of action.
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