Thousands of people have arrived at the Delhi border in the support of Farmers. They are preparing for taking out the tractor march on January 26. In various parts of Haryana, preparations are being made to take out a big rally on the occasion of Republic day against the farmers’ law issued by the government. According to the report, farmers with tractors are reaching the Tiki border. More than three thousand tractors have already reached the Tikri border from Jind.
Indian farmer union leader told that Jind farmers rehearsed for the tractor rally almost a week ago. He said that thirty years ago, under the leadership of their leader Mahendra Singh Tikait, the farmers burnt the trumpet in Delhi. The same challenge is being faced by farmers once again. On January 26, the farmers will make the government realize their power.
Farmer union has announced that farmers will not take out a parade from the boat club but from Parliament Street to the Red Fort, which will be seen by the whole world. He said that due to the heavy gathering here, it seems that a large number of tractors will leave for New Delhi from the Tikari border. According to him, around 50 thousand tractors will participate in the parade. There is a long queue of tractors on the Tikari border on one side towards Bahadurgarh and on the other side for several kilometers towards Palwal.
A Larger Number of Women and Workers Arrived at the Border in the Support of Farmers
The farmers ‘Movement’ have received heavy public support on Sunday. Thousands of women and laborers from Punjab and Haryana arrived at the border and raised their voices in the support of farmers. Thousands of women supporters under the banner of Bharatiya Kisan Union have come forward.
Joginder Singh Ugrahan, the president of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said that more than 3 thousand women reached out to support the farmers. He said that the farmers agreed to talk to the government on every front, but so far no result of talks has come out. He said that now there is no benefit of talking to the government. Had the Government’s intention been correct, it would have agreed to the farmers’ demand by now.