BKU chief Rakesh Tikait will attend a farmers’ mahapanchayat in Haryana’s Jind district on Wednesday to collect assist for the agitation towards the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines. Elaborate preparations have been put in place at Jind’s Kandela village for the occasion, Sarv Jatiya Kandela Khap head Tekram Kandela stated on Tuesday.
Apart from Tikait, a number of khap leaders will participate in it, he stated. It is going to be an enormous gathering to muster assist for the farmers’ agitation, Kandela stated.
The Kandela khap, which had spearheaded a farmers’ agitation in Haryana almost 20 years in the past, has lent its assist to farmers towards the brand new farm legal guidelines. A number of different khaps too are backing the agitation.
Tekram Kandela stated at Wednesday’s occasion, points together with the demand to repeal the farm legal guidelines and a authorized assure of the minimal assist worth shall be taken up.
“The Centre ought to discuss to farmers and instantly discover a decision as hundreds of farmers have been holding the agitation for months now. The prime minister ought to himself discuss to the farmers to seek out an early answer,” Kandela stated.
In the meantime, Haryana BKU chief Gurnam Singh Chaduni reached Surewala Chowk in Hisar district’s Uklana and addressed a bunch of farmers, the place he sought their assist for the countrywide chakka jam referred to as by farmer unions on February 6.
Farmer unions on Monday introduced to dam nationwide and state highways for 3 hours in protest towards the Web ban in areas close to their agitation websites and the alleged harassment meted out to them by the authorities.
Chaduni additionally criticised the federal government’s transfer of parking buses to seal the principle entry factors, placing up multi-layer barricades and checkpoints on the Delhi’s Ghazipur border, the brand new point of interest of the farmers’ agitation. He stated the farmers’ agitation will proceed until the time the federal government doesn’t withdraw the farm legal guidelines.