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Farmers will also march from Ghazipur border to Delhi Parliament tomorrow.
The farmers, who have been staging a sit-in on the borders of Delhi for the last eight months against the three agricultural laws, will march to Parliament from July 22. It has been decided that daily 200 farmers will go to Jantar Mantar in Delhi in five buses with police escort. There, from 10 am to 5.30 pm, ‘Kisan Sansad’ will be organized and return.
List of 125 farmers sent from Ghazipur border
Rajveer Singh Jadaun, state president of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, sitting on the Ghazipur border, told Dainik Bhaskar that we have handed over the list of names and numbers of 125 farmers to the United Kisan Morcha. The Kisan Sansad will run daily from July 22 to August 9. Some farmers from each border will participate in this. The purpose of the Kisan Sansad is so much that the members sitting in the Parliament should also raise our point prominently.
Naresh Tikait said – Millions of farmers are watching MPs
Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of BKU, tweeted and wrote- ‘The farmers of the country have issued a people’s whip to the MPs. The eyes of crores of farmers of the country are on how many MPs follow this whip. The farmers are watching how the parties supporting the farmers raise the voice of the farmers in Parliament. In another conversation, Tikait said, 200 farmers will go to Parliament. Sit there and speak your mind.
‘Karnataka Martyr Farmer Memorial Day’ celebrated
Farmers celebrated ‘Karnataka Martyr Kisan Memorial Day’ on Wednesday at Ghazipur border. The team of Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangh (KRSS) reached the Ghazipur border among the protesting farmers. Remembering two farmers killed in police firing at Nargund in Karnataka district, tributes were paid to them.
Tractor Yatra will leave from Bijnor on July 24
A tractor yatra in support of farmers will start from Bijnor district of UP on 24th July. This journey will reach Meerut in the evening of 24th via Meerapur and will rest for the night. Starting from Meerut on the morning of July 25, the tractor journey will reach UP-Delhi Gate at Ghazipur border.