United Kisan Morcha said that from the very first day of the agitation, they have left one way open for emergency services. The Morcha said that not a single ambulance or essential goods service has been stopped.
Kisan Morcha demanded from Delhi Police to remove barricades
Farmers have opened one way on the Singhu border going from Delhi to Haryana. After this, on Sunday, the United Kisan Morcha has asked the Delhi Police to remove the barricade. So that there can be movement of emergency services like oxygen, medicines and other vehicles from there.
In a statement, the United Kisan Morcha has said that in the meeting held with the Sonepat administration, it was a matter of urgency that Pulil barricading would be removed as soon as possible after negotiating with the Delhi Police. But the Delhi Police has not high barricades yet. At the same time, camps have been organized for vaccination and other necessary services at the farmers picket site on the ticker border. Masks are being distributed to farmers on the Singhu border. Farmers are still adamant on the demand to repeal all three agricultural laws.
Demand for removal of barricades from Delhi Police
The SKM said in a statement that farmers have cleared one side of the highway on Delhi’s Singhu border to ensure uninterrupted movement of oxygen tankers and ambulances in the wake of the Kovid-19 crisis. In a letter to the Deputy Commissioner of Police, outer North Delhi, he requested that the blockers on one side of the highway be removed at the Singhu border, so that smooth supply of essential commodities could reach Delhi.
Earlier, farmers protesting on the borders of Delhi dismissed the allegations as ‘propaganda’ that they were not allowing medical oxygen vehicles into the city and putting the lives of Kovid-19 patients at risk. BJP MP Pravesh Verma had alleged that the transportation of medical oxygen in Delhi has been affected due to road blockade by farmers.
We did not stop a single ambulance
The United Kisan Morcha, representing several farmer organizations, said that from the very first day of the agitation, they have left one way open for emergency services. The Morcha said that not a single ambulance or essential goods service has been stopped. It is not the farmer, but it is the government which has installed strong and multi-layered barricades. Farmers are fighting for human rights and they support the rights of every human being.
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