Demonstration by farmers against rising prices for liquefied petroleum gas and diesel petrol

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Rajabpur (Amroha). Farmers stepped onto the national road and raised slogans against the central and state government because of the rising prices for LPG and diesel. Repeal of the demand for a written legal guarantee for MSP by repeal of the Agriculture Act. Farmers riding on tractors and bicycles picked up a half-kilometer train. Farmers were busy on the highway for half an hour. The farmers handed over the memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister to CO Dhanaura. The traffic on the motorway was not affected during this time. The vehicle drove on.
In the last 44 days, the open-ended Dharna of the BKYU ticket group, which calls for the repeal of the Agriculture Act, has been demanded at the Joya toll station. The farmers are demanding the repeal of all three agricultural laws. On Thursday farmers demonstrated against the problems related to the rising prices of liquefied petroleum gas and diesel. Under the leadership of District President Chaudhary Rampal Singh, all farmers came onto the highway around 11 a.m. with tractors and bicycles. When the news arrived, there was a stir in the police administration. The police reached the spot immediately. Farmers demanded that LPG and diesel prices soar, causing people of all walks of life to suffer from rising inflation.
Say that farmers across the country have been protesting for their demands on the border with Delhi for eight months, but the government is unwilling to listen. All three agricultural laws should be repealed. A written legal guarantee should be given for MSP. To this end, the central government should issue an ordinance in the interests of the peasants, workers and the public. The farmers submitted a memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister to CO Mandi Dhanaura Satyendra Singh, demanding a solution to the problems. Mukesh Kumar, Samar Pal Singh, Charan Singh, Sachin Kumar, Mahendra Singh, Maharaj Singh, Ajab Singh, Yogendra Singh, Than Singh, Sheeshpal Singh, Yashpal Singh, Jaipal Singh, Kunal, Priyanshu, Khajan Singh etc. were present.

Rajabpur (Amroha). Farmers stepped onto the national road and raised slogans against the central and state government because of the rising prices for LPG and diesel. Repeal of the demand for a written legal guarantee for MSP by repeal of the Agriculture Act. Farmers riding on tractors and bicycles picked up a half-kilometer train. Farmers were busy on the highway for half an hour. The farmers handed over the memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister to CO Dhanaura. The traffic on the motorway was not affected during this time. The vehicle drove on.

In the last 44 days, the open-ended Dharna of the BKYU ticket group, which calls for the repeal of the Agriculture Act, has been demanded at the Joya toll station. The farmers are demanding the repeal of all three agricultural laws. On Thursday farmers demonstrated against the problems related to the rising prices of liquefied petroleum gas and diesel. Under the leadership of District President Chaudhary Rampal Singh, all farmers came onto the highway around 11 a.m. with tractors and bicycles. When the news got there, there was excitement in the police department. The police reached the spot immediately. Farmers demanded that LPG and diesel prices soar, causing people of all walks of life to suffer from rising inflation.

Say that farmers across the country have been protesting for their demands on the border with Delhi for eight months, but the government is unwilling to listen. All three agricultural laws should be repealed. A written legal guarantee should be given for MSP. To this end, the central government should issue an ordinance in the interests of the peasants, workers and the public. The farmers submitted a memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister to CO Mandi Dhanaura Satyendra Singh, demanding a solution to the problems. Mukesh Kumar, Samar Pal Singh, Charan Singh, Sachin Kumar, Mahendra Singh, Maharaj Singh, Ajab Singh, Yogendra Singh, Than Singh, Sheeshpal Singh, Yashpal Singh, Jaipal Singh, Kunal, Priyanshu, Khajan Singh etc. were present.

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