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Thursday, 26 November 2020

Farmer Movement LIVE

Thousands of Punjab-Haryana farmers are adamant on the Delhi-Indus and Tikri border against the laws connected with agriculture. Despite the central government's offer of talks, their opposition remains. Farmers have once again challenged the government at a meeting of farmers' organizations on Sunday. The decision said that the farmer would not go to Burari and would call back his colleagues present there. Now all roads leading to Delhi are blocked. A group of farmers is already camped in Burari.

They will then be spoken to. The farmers' organization has already said that they have come to besiege Delhi, not to besiege Delhi.

Earlier, the farmers had said that they would continue their protest on the Indus border and would not go anywhere. Police officials interacted with him and asked him to go to Burari Maidan in Delhi. A group of farmers is already camped in Burari.

So farmers from Uttar Pradesh also gathered at the Delhi-Ghazipur border on Sunday morning. All these have come here under the banner of Indian Farmers Union. He has decided to go to the Parliament House to protest against the agricultural law.

In the midst of all this, Manjit Shyorana, Additional DCP, East Delhi, spoke to about 200 farmers gathered in Ghaziabad. Talks with farmers are ongoing, the DCP said.  He has not yet decided on this. If he is ready we will take him to Burari Maidan.

large number of security forces are deployed on the Delhi-Haryana border in view of the influx of farmers. On Saturday evening, protesters began pitching tents on the highway. Farmers from Punjab, Haryana and UP are also coming.

Security forces are deployed on the Delhi-Haryana border in view of the farmers' movement.

A large number of security forces are deployed on the Delhi-Haryana border in view of the influx of farmers. On Saturday evening, protesters began pitching tents on the highway. At the same time, farmers from Punjab, Haryana and UP also continued to come.

Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on Saturday appealed to farmers to withdraw their protest. He said that this movement was a conspiracy hatched by the Congress.
Regarding being the son of a farmer, I want to tell the farmers of the country and Uttar Pradesh that the Congress is playing with your sentiments.

Today will take a decision on the proposal negotiated
by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that the government is ready to discuss with the farmers before the day fixed for the communication of 3 December. He appealed to the farmers to demonstrate at the Nirankari Samagam Ground in Burari, an area outside Delhi.
"We will take a decision on the proposal after a meeting on Sunday morning," said Jagjit Singh, Punjab president of the Indian Farmers' Union. Amit Shah has appealed for a quick meeting on condi

tion. This is not good. They should present the conversation with an open heart without any kind of condition. Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Indian Farmers' Union, said the protest took place at Ramlila Maidan. Then why should we go to Nirankari Bhavan, a private place? We will stay here today

Mini Punjab settled on the highway

The women involved in the farmers ’march have taken on the responsibility of making meals

The reason for the peasant movement is that the highway looks like a mini Punjab. The trolleys have been built by the farmers. If there is going to be a meal here, then bathing and washing arrangements have also been made here. Ther Ther is anchored. The people of the house are sitting on the picket. Creating a meal. Everyone is assigned a different responsibility.

Meals are being arranged for the agitating farmers.

Farmers have made tractor-trolleys their home.

Farmers have started the Delhi Chalo Andolan from November 26 to 26 in protest of the Agriculture Act. Violent protests erupted on Thursday near the Haryana border near Punjab. Protesters in Punjab broke barricades and pelted stones. Later, police released tear gas to control the cell water attack and dekhavakarione. Farmers in Punjab and Haryana have been on the road for the last two months protesting the new agriculture bill.

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Why is the demonstration happening?
In September the government passed 3 laws for agricultural reform The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act; The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act. Farmers in Punjab and Haryana have been protesting against this for the last two months. Farmers feel that the government is going to remove the MSP, while the Prime Minister himself has denied this.

Police run water cannon to stop protesting farmers at Shambhu border near Ambala, then release tear gas cell.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that the Centre's three agriculture bills are anti-farmers.  This crime on farmers is absolutely wrong. Peaceful appearance is their constitutional right.

 In addition to the police force, 3 battalions of CRPF have been deployed at the Delhi-Faridabad border. According to the police, every vehicle coming and going is being monitored. Homeguards are also on the move. Senior officers are constantly patrolling. We are ready to face every situation. The Delhi-NCR metro has been closed till 2 pm in view of the farmers' rally.

The movement is being monitored by drones
The movement is being monitored by drones

1 lakh farmers gather likely to
have entered the territory of Punjab, Haryana, thousands of farmers against agricultural legislation. The Haryana government has sealed the Punjab border. The farmers' association claims that more than 1 lakh farmers will gather at the border here on Thursday. On the other hand, a 15 km long traffic jam was reported on the Chandigarh-Delhi highway on Wednesday. The army hurled water at the farmers who had gathered on the Ambala Highway to disperse them. As a result, angry farmers broke down the barricades. Section 144 was immediately imposed here and more than 100 farmers were arrested.

The farmers said, "If you stop, the roads leading to Delhi will be blocked. The
Haryana government has taken a big decision and said that if the farmers' agitation continues, no bus on the state roadways will go to Punjab. In addition, each depot has been ordered to have 5-5 extra buses. Farmers from many districts in the state have gathered at Mohada in Ambala under the leadership of Bhaktiyu state president Gurnam Singh Chadhuni. He was stopped by police as he tried to move on.

Meanwhile, a scuffle broke out between the farmers and the police. The farmers also broke down the barricades. Haryana police then used water cannons to stop the farmers. On the other hand, the Delhi Police has said that if farmers come to Delhi during the Corona, legal action will be taken against them. The farmers have said that if they are stopped, they will block the road to Delhi.

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