November 29, 2021

Farmers Opposed Mann Ki Baat In Their Own Way Men Played Plates Women Played Bowl And Scramble – Farmers Oppose ‘Mann Ki Baat’ In Their Own Way, Men Played Plate And Women Played Bowls And Ladders


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In protest against the new agricultural laws, the farmers who stood on the borders of Delhi, on Monday morning opposed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mind in their own way. Congress leaders sitting on a sit-in protest at Jantar-Mantar protested with shoes by playing thali, while the farmers sitting on the Singhu border registered their protest by playing plates, drums and applause. The farmers here protested with half-heartedness. Thalis were also played at the Ghazipur border. Protests were also played by clapping and thali at the Tiki border. Protested by celebrating Martyrdom Day here as well.

The farmers on the Singhu border put half their clothes on the body and expressed anger at the matter of the mind
Farmers, who have been registering protests on all the borders of Delhi, including Singhu for more than a month, on Sunday expressed their anger against the central government by playing plates, drums and applause. Some youths also raged against the central government by putting half their clothes on their bodies. Farmers’ movement supporters, who have protested by playing plates and utensils on the borders, also protested through social sites.

Even before the beginning of the Mann Ki Baat program, farmers supporters on the borders had made preparations for the protest. Sales of utensils and drums from nearby shops also increased due to the manner of protest. The protesters said that they have been listening to the Prime Minister’s mind, but due to lack of hearing on the mind of the farmers, they have protested by playing thali and clapping.

For more than a month, farmers have been demanding the repeal of three agricultural laws on the borders of Delhi. During this time, the voices of the mind slowed down a bit between thalis and applause on both sides of the border.

On Sunday morning, agitating farmers on the Ghazipur border protested by playing a plate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mind. At the same time, women also reached the border to lodge a protest with a scoop and bowl. A large number of farmers’ groups had gathered on the Ghazipur border in the morning during the Mann Ki Baat program.

After the Mann Ki Baat program started, the peasant leaders beat the plates and lodged a protest. Farmers said that the plate was being beaten up to convey the voice of farmers to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, to boycott the Mann Ki Baat program, a clap program has been placed on all three borders. Some farmer leaders also lodged protests by playing other utensils including oil canisters.

On Sunday morning, women from Uttarakhand lodged a protest against the Mann Ki Baat program by beating the bowl and kharchi. The women said that the farmer leaders have been chilling on the road for the last 1 month, but the demands of the farmers are not being accepted but are being ignored. In view of this, women along with the farmers have also decided to boycott the Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat program.

The number of farmers on the ticker border is continuously increasing. Farmers are reaching here from many districts of Haryana and Punjab. There are several kilometers of road and tractors standing here. The number of women and children is also increasing with each new day. On Sunday, farmers protested Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ program by clapping and thali.

As soon as the Prime Minister started speaking at the program, opposition to the PM’s address immediately started. The farmers said that at this time the Annadata of the country is in crisis. Under such circumstances, the Prime Minister understood the problem of farmers. Agricultural laws should be repealed.

Farmer leader Parvinder Singh Sandhu said that more than a month has passed since the movement, but the government is not taking any care of them. The Center has to find a way out as soon as possible due to the problems of the farmers. Otherwise, this movement will continue in this way. He said that farmers will get up from here only after the three agricultural laws are withdrawn.

Martyrdom day was observed on hunger strike, not on the border. Farmers present on the Tikari border celebrated Martyrdom Day on Sunday. On this day Chote Sahibzade Baba Zorawar Singh, Baba Fateh Singh and Mata Gujri were martyred. Farmers said that Sunday was celebrated as Martyr’s Day. No farmers were on hunger strike on this day. There will be no fast on Monday. The strike will resume from Tuesday.

In protest against the new agricultural laws, the farmers who stood on the borders of Delhi, on Monday morning opposed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mind in their own way. Congress leaders sitting on a dharna at Jantar Mantar protested by playing thalias with shoes, while the farmers sitting on the Singhu border registered their protest by playing plates, drums and applause. The farmers here protested with half-heartedness. Thalis were also played at the Ghazipur border. Protests were also played by clapping and thali at the Tiki border. Protested by celebrating Martyrdom Day here as well.

The farmers on the Singhu border put half their clothes on the body and expressed indignation at the point of mind

Farmers, who have been registering protests on all the borders of Delhi, including Singhu for more than a month, on Sunday expressed their anger against the central government by playing plates, drums and applause. Some youths also raged against the central government by putting half their clothes on their bodies. Farmers’ movement supporters, who have protested by playing plates and utensils on the borders, also protested through social sites. Even before the beginning of the Mann Ki Baat program, farmers supporters on the borders had made preparations for the protest. Sales of utensils and drums from nearby shops also increased due to the manner of protest. The protesters said that they have been listening to the Prime Minister’s mind, but due to lack of hearing on the mind of the farmers, they have protested by playing thali and clapping.

For more than a month, farmers have been demanding the repeal of three agricultural laws on the borders of Delhi. During this time, the voices of the mind slowed down a bit between thalis and applause on both sides of the border.

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Women protesting on Ghazipur border by playing bowl and karchi


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