Kissan – Shahjahanpur farmers reached the Ghazipur border to provide support

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Puwaan. About 150 farmers in the district, including District President Manjit Singh of the Bhakiyu Tikait faction, joined the movement on the border with Ghazipur along with Rakesh Tikait. The farmers of Shahjahanpur have been standing here for three days.
Many farmers’ organizations, including the BKYU-Tikait faction, have been campaigning against the agricultural laws on the border with Delhi for several months. The farmers of Puwayan Tehsil from Shahjahanpur are also actively involved in the movement. Three days ago, under the leadership of BKU District President Manjit Singh, around 150 farmers drove to the Ghazipur border with two tractors and many private vehicles.
District President Manjit Singh said he had joined the agitation on the Ghazipur border with farmers and took part in a sit-in with the farmers of Shahjahanpur on Saturday with the organization’s national spokesman, Rakesh Tikait. Manjit Singh said the agitation will continue until the Agriculture Act is withdrawn.
He said the central government should withdraw the agricultural laws immediately so that the farmers can return to their homeland. conversation

Puwaan. About 150 farmers in the district, including District President Manjit Singh of the Bhakiyu Tikait faction, joined the movement on the border with Ghazipur along with Rakesh Tikait. The farmers of Shahjahanpur have been standing here for three days.

Many farmers’ organizations, including the BKYU-Tikait faction, have been campaigning against the agricultural laws on the border with Delhi for several months. The farmers of Puwayan Tehsil from Shahjahanpur are also actively involved in the movement. Three days ago, under the leadership of BKU District President Manjit Singh, around 150 farmers drove to the Ghazipur border with two tractors and many private vehicles.

District President Manjit Singh said he had joined the agitation on the Ghazipur border with farmers and took part in a sit-in with the farmers of Shahjahanpur on Saturday with the organization’s national spokesman, Rakesh Tikait. Manjit Singh said the agitation will continue until the Agriculture Act is withdrawn.

He said the central government should withdraw the agricultural laws immediately so that the farmers can return to their homeland. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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