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Lakhimpur Kheri Violence: SKM took out ‘Kalash Yatra’ of dead farmers’ ashes, claimed to have received a large number of support

The United Kisan Morcha said that the Kalash Yatra of the ashes of the farmers killed in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence is getting a lot of support.

The United Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Saturday started the Kalash Yatra for the ashes of the farmers killed in the Lakhimpur Khiri violence. Today this Kalash Yatra reached Bathinda in Punjab via Haryana in UP. Tributes were paid to the deceased farmers at Bhikhi Anaj Mandi. Farmers say that the ‘Kalash Yatra’ taken out for the dead is getting massive support. The SKM, which is opposing the agricultural laws, said a Kalash Yatra is being taken out to pay tribute to five people who lost their lives during the violence at Lakhimpur Kheri earlier this month. During this, a large crowd of people was seen.

The farmers’ organization had already said that the Kalash Yatra of the ashes of the deceased farmers would be taken out in many districts across the country. A representative of SKM said that the Kalash Yatra in Tamil Nadu reached Perambalur via Uludurpet in Kallakurichi district. He said that in Himachal Pradesh, the ashes of martyrs were immersed at Paonta Sahib on Yamuna Ghat. The Kalash Yatra passed through many places in all the three areas of Malwa, Majha and Doaba in Punjab.

‘Kalash Yatra’ of farmers killed in violence

Let us inform that the United Kisan Morcha had decided to take out the Kalash Yatra on October 21 for immersion of the ashes of the farmers killed in the violence. The farmers’ organization is also adamant on the demand for the arrest of Union Minister Ajay Mishra. During the farmers’ ashes kalash yatra, the leaders of SKM said that the Lakhimpur Kheri violence is highly condemnable. Let us tell you that the farmers organization is continuously opposing the violence.

Government accused of eliminating farmers

The United Kisan Morcha says that their protest will continue until the accused are punished. He accused the Center and the Yogi government of eliminating the farmers. He alleged that because of this policy, the government is not ready to withdraw the agricultural laws. He said that the movement is going to take one year. Till now 400 farmers have died but still the government is not ready to withdraw the agriculture law.

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