November 29, 2021

Farmers Hunger Strike Continues Three States of South India Also Gave Support to the Movement – Support from three states of South India amid farmers hunger strike, 11 women to fast tomorrow


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The hunger strike of farmers continued for the fourth consecutive day on the other borders of Delhi including the Tikari border. On Thursday, Bhuraram Dhimana of Jind, Khurjaram from Hisar, Deshraj from Dadri, Lalit from Rohtak, Kaka Singh, Bhupinder Singh, Udham Singh, Faridabad, Gurlal Singh, Guruchandra Singh, Sansar Singh and Harveer Singh sat on hunger strike at the Tikari border on Thursday. On Friday, 11 women will go on hunger strike.

Chaudhary Jogendar Nain, head of the Indian Farmers Union (Ghasiram Nain), said that 11 women will sit on hunger strike on Friday. Names of women who sit on hunger strike will be decided late at night. He said that many women of the organization are eager to sit on hunger strike. Whoever gets the chance, she will fast for the whole day.

He said that the hunger strike will continue till the government announces the abolition of all three agricultural laws. On Thursday, most of the people who were on hunger strike were sitting on the border. It can be dangerous for these elders to fast in the cold winter. But the farmers who came in the peasant movement are standing here without caring for their lives.

Farmers and social organizations from every corner of the country were seen opposing the three agricultural laws on the ticker border. People came from Karnataka, Odisha, Bihar and supported the farmers on Thursday.

The number of farmers on the ticker border has increased manifold. It can be seen by reaching here. At around four o’clock in the evening, the roar of the farmers was continuing from the stage. The stage size has become three times larger than before. Where the people of Jharkhand Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Sangathan were raising their voice in support of the farmers and against the government. When an organization finished its talk, Orissa Revolutionary Women’s Organization started its talk. Sati Das from the women’s organization opposed the policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He said that if he does not believe, he should come to the Tikari border and see that the farmers of the whole country are gathered here and he is opposing the black laws. The government is doing false politics to support the laws by calling BJP workers. When she ended her talk citing time being short, the Karnataka Women’s Organization took over. This sequence continued for five consecutive hours. Whereas at four o’clock the process of speech was stopped here.

On the other side of barricading, the police have guarded and escalated. Apart from barricading, large stones have been closed at three places on the road. Police trucks have stopped all possibilities of going to Delhi by putting mud on the road. Not only the farmers’ platform, the police tent on the ticking border has also become almost four times bigger than before.

As the movement progresses. The number of farmers on the Ghazipur border is also increasing. Tents are also being increased so that they do not have any problem in the cold winter. With this, Ghazipur border is slowly taking the shape of tent city.

The farmer who arranged the tents, Jai Veer Singh, said that he came from Bajpur area of ​​Uttarakhand. In view of the problem of farmers getting cold, these tents are being installed by their organization. He informed that more than 100 tents have been installed in the last two days. Their number will increase to 300 in the next two days. He said that arrangements have been made to rest three farmers in a tent.

Police also got angry
According to which the extent of farmers on the border is increasing. It has been reserved for police and paramilitary forces. Police and other officials of the administration stand on this line. When the farmers came to this area, the police stopped them. In the meantime, there was a bit of fuss between the farmers and the police. After a while, the farmers agreed to the police and took away the material from the place to put the aid.

The hunger strike of farmers continued for the fourth consecutive day on the other borders of Delhi including the Tikari border. On Thursday, Bhuraram Dhimana of Jind, Khurjaram from Hisar, Deshraj from Dadri, Lalit from Rohtak, Kaka Singh, Bhupinder Singh, Udham Singh, Faridabad, Gurlal Singh, Guruchandra Singh, Sansar Singh and Harveer Singh sat on hunger strike at the Tikari border on Thursday. On Friday, 11 women will go on hunger strike.

Chaudhary Jogendar Nain, head of the Indian Farmers Union (Ghasiram Nain), said that 11 women will sit on hunger strike on Friday. Names of women who sit on hunger strike will be decided late at night. He said that many women of the organization are eager to sit on hunger strike. Whoever gets the chance, she will fast for the whole day.

He said that the hunger strike will continue till the government announces the abolition of all three agricultural laws. On Thursday, most of the people who were on hunger strike were sitting on the border. It can be dangerous for these elders to fast in the cold winter. But the farmers who came in the peasant movement are standing here without caring for their lives.

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