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Saturday, 28 November 2020

Taking information from locals, a mechanic to break down the barricade and a doctor for treatment were present

Here's how farmers arrived in Delhi: Taking information from locals, a mechanic to break down the barricade and a doctor for treatment were present

Farmers are stationed on the Indus border.

The group of farmers also included young men who had won tractor competitions and performed a variety of stunts on tractors.
Sant Nirankari Ashram opened their fields to farmers, from where a convoy of thousands of farmers bypassed the highway

The second day of the peasant movement was very exciting. The aim of the farmers to march to Delhi with the slogan 'Challo Delhi' has been fulfilled on the second day of the agitation. To reach the Delhi border, the peasants had to cross eight large barricades and break through the army siege in many places, but all this was done in such a planned manner that all the tactics of the administration against them failed.

This is perhaps the first time in the history of independent India that the administration itself has paved the way to stop the agitators. Protesters are usually accused of damaging property, but the movement is blamed on the government. 

 So he had already arranged for a collision. The fleet of farmers included young men who were winners of tractor competitions and performed many types of stunts on tractors. It is a matter of minutes for these young men to move heavy barricades with the help of tractors.

Police set up barricades in three layers on the Indus border, with barbed wire at the front.

The youths also paved the way for the farmers to get out of the areas where the administration had blocked the roads with heavy boulders and iron barricades. The farmers' strategy of getting constant input from the locals also proved to be very important. Wherever the administration barricaded the highway with barricades and troops, the protesters bypassed with the help of local farmers and a convoy of farmers advanced from the fields on the highway.

Local police also fired water cannons at farmers at several places along the road. However, there was no significant slowdown in the pace of farmers. The farmers took with them all the things they needed to move forward. Farmers, as well as barricade-breaking experts as well as mechanics, were involved. So that even if someone's car breaks down somewhere, they can fix it. Doctors were also included in the convoy of protesters, who could handle the situation in a medical emergency.

Farmers are preparing for a big agitation in Delhi, so they have brought gas-cylinders and stoves in tractors.

Aam Aadmi Party MP Dr Dharmaveer Bharti was also involved in the farmers' convoy and gave free medical advice to the agitating farmers. Doctor Gandhi has examined dozens of farmers during the agitation, with a stethoscope around his neck and some essential medicines in his pocket. Is it right in the eyes of a doctor to make such a big movement in this time of Corona?

In response to this question, he said that Corona's fear is felt only as long as there is flour in the house's barrel and wages or pensions come into the house. Corona's fears disappear from the day the house runs out of flour or the pension stops coming. Dr. Gandhi further says that we are taking care of everything that is needed to avoid corona.

We are all wearing masks, so now the government wants to stop farmers from coming to Delhi under the pretext of Corona, which is wrong. When the Prime Minister addresses an election rally of thousands in Bihar, don't these people worry about Corona? We have arrived in Delhi with utmost caution and will return only after persuading us.

By the evening of the second day of the agitation, thousands of tractors and other vehicles of farmers had reached Delhi's Indus border. After arriving here there were 3-4 melee clashes between the army and the farmers, in which water cannons and teargas were fired from the police and then stoned from both sides. Some farmers were also injured. However, the situation was brought under control very quickly and then the farmers anchored on the Indus border.

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