Farmers on the way to the Ghazipur border in the middle of sloganeering – Farmers on the way to the Ghazipur border in the middle of sloganeering

Nagal / Chhutmalpur (Saharanpur). More than a hundred farmers from the Nagal and Chhutmalpur areas left Saturday morning to join the running dharna on the Ghazipur border, demanding the withdrawal of three agricultural laws and guarantees for MSP.
Meanwhile, Vice President of Bhakuyu, Chau. Vinay Kumar said the government wants to ruin the farmers. The face of the government talking about buying plants on MSP has been revealed. The farmers’ wheat harvest is kept in their homes. Grain is bought slowly in public procurement centers. Because of this, the farmers are upset. District President Chaudhary Charan Singh said that under no circumstances will the farmer resign until the agricultural laws are withdrawn. The government should not test farmers’ patience. He said BJP will recognize the power of farmers in the upcoming general election. Youth District President Ajay Kamboj said the government is negotiating for the interests of the peasants to help their capitalist friends, which will not be tolerated. Farmers can save their agriculture to any extent.
The farmers who left the Ghazipur border mainly included Amit Mukhiya, District Spokesman Raghuvir Singh, Zilla Singh, Jitendra Singh, Bhagat Singh, Nadeem Ahmed, Sumit Chandena, Manish Amaki, Musa Pradhan, Ashok Kumar, Guddu Kheda, etc.

Nagal / Chhutmalpur (Saharanpur). More than a hundred farmers from the Nagal and Chhutmalpur areas left Saturday morning to join the running dharna on the Ghazipur border, demanding the withdrawal of three agricultural laws and guarantees for MSP.

Meanwhile, Vice President of Bhakuyu, Chau. Vinay Kumar said the government wants to ruin the farmers. The face of the government talking about buying plants on MSP has been revealed. The farmers’ wheat harvest is kept in their homes. Grain is bought slowly in public procurement centers. Because of this, the farmers are upset. District President Chaudhary Charan Singh said that under no circumstances will the farmer resign until the agricultural laws are withdrawn. The government should not test farmers’ patience. He said BJP will recognize the power of farmers in the upcoming general election. Youth District President Ajay Kamboj said the government is negotiating for the interests of the peasants to help their capitalist friends, which will not be tolerated. Farmers can save their agriculture to any extent.

The farmers who left the Ghazipur border mainly included Amit Mukhiya, District Spokesman Raghuvir Singh, Zilla Singh, Jitendra Singh, Bhagat Singh, Nadeem Ahmed, Sumit Chandena, Manish Amaki, Musa Pradhan, Ashok Kumar, Guddu Kheda, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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