Farmers labourers to throng rail tracks on March 13 BKU
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NEW DELHI: Farmer chief Darshan Pal Singh on Saturday knowledgeable nationwide agitation towards corporatisation and privatisation can be held on March 13 the place farmers and labourers would throng the railway traces and agitate there.
“This is our next move to intensify the ongoing protest,” mentioned Pal, who’s the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson.
Pal was current on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway which was blocked by 1000’s of farmers on Saturday to mark 100 days of the protest which began on November 26, 2020 with an intent to pressurise the Central authorities to repeal the three new Union farm legal guidelines.
While talking to IANS, Pal shared the helplessness towards the crackdown on the farmers’ protest by the Centre, together with Internet shutdown and FIRs towards these displaying sympathy for the farmers’ trigger.
“What can we do if such things happen to us. We can only face and resist apart from taking precautions that no anti-national elements infiltrate our agitation,” he mentioned.
The newest within the checklist of crackdown is the notorious “toolkit” case which names environmental activists from India equivalent to Disha Ravi and worldwide activists equivalent to Greta Thunberg within the FIRs lodged by the Delhi police.
They have been framed below expenses of defaming the nation after a toolkit was shared by Thunberg from her official Twitter account which talked about strategies to accentuate the continued farmer protests past India.
Marking the 100th day of the farmers’ agitation, the farmers blocked the 135 km lengthy Western Peripheral Expressway also referred to as KMP Expressway, from 11am until 4pm. The occasion ended peacefully with no stories of violence wherever.

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