Farmer Protest: Farmers were scared for a long time on the Singhu border. In such a situation, we know how the farmers spent their time here and how they lived there, after which this movement became successful.
The peasant movement is now on the verge of ending.
The United Kisan Morcha has now decided to end the farmers’ movement that has been going on for more than a year. The farmers were sitting on a dharna at the Singhu border in Delhi for a long time in protest against the three agricultural laws. Farmers will clear the Delhi border by December 11. With this, the farmer movement, which has seen four seasons, has seen many times, and even a worldwide disease like corona could not shake the farmers.
For a year, the farmers stood in front of the government with their demands. During this, he also faced severe cold, fog, dew, rain, heat. This peasant movement, which looks very different from other movements, is going to end now. In such a situation, let us try to understand how this movement was going on and how the farmers stood on the Singhu border in different seasons, how their routine was and how they spent this time…
This highway had become the second home for the farmers and the work that people were doing at home was being done by the farmers on this highway. When the routine of the farmer on the Indus border was also like home. The farmers did not have beds like at home, but their tractor trolley became a room for them. That highway became a courtyard for him, where he kept meeting other farmers.
such was the routine
In the morning the farmers used to get up and come out of their rooms i.e. trolleys and come to the courtyard i.e. on the highway. After this mobile toilets were made for their daily needs. There was a 24-hour arrangement for tea and snacks in the courtyard (highway) for the farmers. If we talk about the langar engaged in the farmers’ movement, then there were hundreds of langars, not one or two. In these langars, not only the farmers who came from Punjab, Haryana but also people living in the nearby areas, laborers etc. were filling their stomachs. Not only bread and vegetables in the langar, people continued to get food from laddus, jalebi, milk to three times during the movement.
Special arrangement for laundry
Special arrangements were made for the bathing of the farmers. Many geysers were installed, where farmers also got hot water. You must be thinking that if the farmers stayed here for so long, how would their clothes be washed, but here there was a special arrangement for this too. Many organizations had installed washing machines for the farmers, where the clothes of the farmers were washed and dried. Many people used to do the work of washing the clothes of the farmers. Apart from this, there was also a system of press on clothes after washing clothes.
Nail cutting places were also made for farmers in many places, where farmers can also cut their nails. At the same time, there was also a system of tailors for the farmers. Along with this, there were many arrangements for medical facilities and in many places even mini hospitals were made. Due to this, the farmers continued to get medical facilities and all these facilities helped the farmers in the movement.
Peasant movement used to run in shift
It is not that all the farmers have been sitting here for a long time. These farmers also used to go to their homes. Lakhwinder, a farmer from Punjab, told NewsNCR that he had been there for several months. But other people also kept coming from his village, his house and when those people came, they would leave. In this way people kept coming in different shifts and this movement continued continuously.
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