farmers protest delhi live updates: farmers announced 24-hour hunger strike

Highlights:

  • 24 hours relay hunger strike from tomorrow
  • All toll plazas in Haryana will be free
  • Appeal to play the plate during ‘Mann Ki Baat’

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The agitation of farmers is still going on against the new agricultural laws of the central government. The farmers who are protesting are not ready to back down. Farmers have camped on the borders of Delhi. Leaders associated with farmer unions clearly say that the movement will continue until the government withdraws the agricultural laws. Meanwhile, farmers announced that one-day relay will go on hunger strike on Monday. Along with this, we will also free toll collection on highways in Haryana from December 25 to 27. On December 23, ie, Farmers Union leader Rakesh Tikait, on the day of Farmers Day, has appealed to the people to observe a day fast on December 23.

In fact, farmers will go on a day-long hunger strike on Monday at all the protest sites and will not allow toll collection on all highways in Haryana from December 25 to 27. Thousands of farmers have been demonstrating across the borders of Delhi for the last four weeks and are demanding the repeal of new agricultural laws.

24-hour hunger strike announced
Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav said at a press conference on the Singhu border, “On Monday, farmers will go on a day-long hunger strike at all the demonstration sites. It will be started by a team of 11 members at the exhibition sites here. He called upon people opposing agricultural laws across the country to go on a one-day hunger strike at the protest sites.

‘Will not allow toll collection on all highways in Haryana’
Farmer leader Jagjit Singh Dallewala said that farmers will not allow toll collection on all highways in Haryana from December 25 to 27. Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait was also present at the press conference. Tikait said that farmers opposing the new agricultural laws will celebrate Farmers Day on 23 December. He said, “We request people not to cook lunch on this day”.

Appeal to play the plate during ‘Mann Ki Baat’
Jagjit Singh Dhallewala has appealed to all the farmers supporters to play the plate during Prime Minister Modi’s Mann Ki Baat on 27 December. He has said that till the Prime Minister’s address, keep playing the plate.

Farmer representatives visited Tomar
On the one hand, while farmers are struggling on the road against the new agricultural law even in winter, on the other hand some farmers are also supporting these laws. On Sunday, farmers of western UP met Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar at Krishi Bhavan And submitted memorandum supporting new laws.

‘Why PM is silent on the death of 33 protesting farmers’
On the other hand, Congress spokesperson Shama Mohammed directly targeted PM Modi and said that PM Modi himself is not ready to take care of the farmers sitting on the Delhi border. At the same time, 33 protesting farmers have died in the movement, but the Prime Minister of the country did not say a word on it, what is the reason for their silence.

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This warning given to Haryana government
At the same time Yogendra Yadav said that a firm front has been deposited on the Jaipur Delhi Highway. Haryana government is trying to stop him from his life. Is harassing. What the Haryana government is doing is against the order of the Supreme Court. I want to warn the Haryana government not to violate the order of the Supreme Court. Darshan Pal said that 4 decisions have been taken so far. A 24-hour relay hunger strike will be held from tomorrow. There will be 11 people, then 11 people will join. Will be on every front. On the 23rd, appealed to all the countrymen not to eat a single meal on the occasion of Farmers Day. That is, do not have lunch.

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Adani and Ambani’s opposition will continue
Farmer leader Dalewal said that the opposition of Adani, Ambani and Corporate will continue. Fortune products will also be boycotted. Singer artists from across the country have also supported the movement. It is also not right that ED raids are being conducted here. Rakesh Tikait said that those who are supporting the farmers are getting ED raids here. This is not right. The more they scare, the stronger the movement will be. We are not going to withdraw without agreeing to our demands. In Punjab, the farmers and adherents who have been raided by EDs and Income Taxes, there will be a sit-in at the office of those officials.

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