Farmer Protest: Security has been tightened around Jantar Mantar for the protest of farmers against the agriculture bill during the monsoon session. According to the information, adequate security arrangements have been made and police and paramilitary forces have been deployed. Jantar Mantar is just a few meters away from the Parliament House where the monsoon session is currently going on. A group of 200 farmers present on the Singhu border opposing the agriculture bill will come to Jantar Mantar with a police escort and will protest here from 11 am to 5 pm. BKU leader Rakesh Tikait says that ‘Kisan Sansad’ will sit at Jantar Mantar and he will monitor the proceedings of Parliament.
Farmer leader Prem Singh Bhangu, who is present on the Singhu border, says that after Delhi, his next stop will be Uttar Pradesh and this mission will start from September 5. Bhangu says that he will completely isolate BJP from BJP’s heartland UP. He said that there is no other option but to repeal all the three agriculture laws.
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Farmers organization will give undertaking regarding COVID protocol
There is a danger of corona epidemic across the country at this time. In such a situation, all necessary precautions are being taken and the government has issued some necessary protocols. Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of farmer organizations, has been asked to give an undertaking regarding this. Under the leadership of United Kisan Morcha, the farmers coming to protest at Jantar Mantar will follow all the norms related to Corona, an undertaking will have to be given about it. Apart from this, the protest will be peaceful, its undertaking will also have to be given. This is the first time since the violence in the national capital during a tractor rally on January 26 that the authorities have allowed farmers’ organizations to protest in the city.
Thousands of farmers are protesting on the three borders of Delhi
Thousands of farmers are protesting at three border points of Delhi against the central agricultural laws. Farmers involved in the ongoing demonstrations at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders say that the Minimum Support Price (MSP) system will be abolished by the central agricultural laws and they will be left at the mercy of big corporates. More than 10 rounds of talks have been held with the government regarding this issue but till now the solution has not been resolved.