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- Tribute meetings will be held in all the districts, tehsils and villages of the country
- Main programs will be held at Delhi’s picket sites
- United Kisan Morcha has also released a poster for the event
- Further strategies of the movement will be discussed in the meetings
Farmers’ organizations also discussed about the nationwide tribute meeting of the pre-announced Sunday. Farmer leaders believe that about 30 farmers have given their lives to save farming. Every village in the country will be associated with the peasant movement through tribute meetings held in his memory.
Farmer leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni said that on Sunday, tribute meetings will be held in all the districts, tehsils and villages of the country. In this, those who lost their lives during the movement will be remembered. While Omkar Singh of Indian farmer Yunayin Rajewal said that there will be tribute meetings between 11 am and 1 pm in memory of farmers. With this, every farmer of the country will join the movement and he will keep his voice firmly against all three laws. United Kisan Morcha has also released a poster for Sunday’s event. It has pictures of farmers who lost their lives in the movement. It has been sent throughout through different means.
On the other hand, there will be meetings at dharna sites on the Indus, Tikri and Ghazipur borders. The main event will be on the Singhu border. Leaders of farmer organizations will be present here. The peasants will pay tribute to their brothers who died and discuss the government’s attitude. After the end of the tribute meeting, finally there will be a meeting of the leaders of the United Kisan Morcha at 2 pm on the Singhu border.
It will discuss the strategy ahead of the movement. Farmer leaders say that the government is trying to break the movement in every way but the movement is getting bigger every day. Sunday’s nationwide campaign will let the government know at what level the farmers’ movement is linked to the land.
Delhi-Meerut Expressway closed if harassment did not stop: VM Singh
During the press conference on Saturday evening at UP Gate, the farmers organization asked the state government to stop harassment of farmers. Warned that all 14 lanes of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway would be closed if farmers were stopped and any pressure was put on their families. In joint talks with Rakesh Tikait and other farmers, farmer leader VM Singh said that the police administration is stopping the farmers coming to the movement. Tractor-trolleys are being seized.
Based on the number of vehicles of the farmers sitting in the movement, the police is going to their home and pressure the family to call back the farmers. The organization has invited Meerut commissioner and police officers for talks on Sunday morning to resolve the farmers’ oppression.