Will the R-Day tractor show the schedule of the various provinces during the parade?
On Thursday, Haryana farmers’ groups staged a rally on the Tigris border, where they elected farmer leader Gurnam Singh Saduni as the leader of the Haryana Sayangad Kisan Morcha. The meeting was attended by the heads of twelve agricultural properties in Haryana.
The protesting farmers plan to show the tables in different provinces during their R-day tractor.
Chaudhry Joginder Kasi, president of the Baria Kisan Union in Haryana, told the Ram Nain Indian Express, “If everything goes well, we will show CDs of all the provinces on tractors at once.”
Commenting on the meeting with the Delhi Police, Saduni said, “We have made it clear that farmers will hold a tractor show on the Outer Ring Road in Delhi on January 26. Official Republic. Day Performance.”
Millions of tractors from different parts of the country are expected to attend the tractor show.
Saduni said the government does not seem to be committed to the needs of the farmers. “I think some politics may come from them, they want to avoid the problem,” Satuni said in a plan to introduce three controversial laws on the government farm. He suggested that the plan to ban tractor shots on January 26 should target Kane.
Farmers in villages in Haryana continue to receive assistance. Daya Ram Ulania, a farmer, said residents of his hometown of Sirsa had been charged Rs 4 lakh for working as a langar (community kitchen) on the Delhi border. Chautala is the hometown of Haryana Deputy Prime Minister Dushyant Chaudhry, state Energy Minister Ranjit Singh Chaudhry and INLD leader Abhay Singh Chaudhry. Abhay has already announced that he will step down from parliament on January 26 if the government does not accept his demands.
Ulania, who had camped at Tigris Border two months ago, said there was great interest among farmers to join the tractor show. “The Delhi border is already full of farmers and their tractors are available. I don’t know where the tractors coming for the show will be parked,” he added.
In Nirpan village in Sirsa region, farmers have started the registration process for those who want to join the tractor show in Delhi. “Of our ૨9 tractor tractors, 100 tractor owners are allowed to join the tractor show in Delhi, 239 km from our village,” said a resident.
The only cadet of the 1,000 tractors to join the tractor show will leave the Jind region for Delhi on January 24, Mandela Cope chairman Tech Ram Kandela said. “With the exception of the special law to repeal the three farm rules and ensure a minimum crop subsidy, farmers want agricultural loan waivers and enforcement.
Swaminathan Department of Agriculture Report. The farmers are now joining hands in a long struggle, ”he added.
No leave for Haryana Police personnel?
To address the concerns of farmers, the Haryana Police has decided not to grant leave to its workers. “As a result of the agricultural unrest currently prevailing in the government, it is recommended to immediately suspend all types of leave except those created due to prior approval of the concerned authority,” the state police said on Thursday. .