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Farmer leader Gurnam Singh Charuni calls off march from Ambala to Tikri border

Parveen Arora

Press Reporter News Service

Karnal, November 17

BKU chief Gurnam Singh Charuni has referred to as off the farmers’ march from Ambala to the Tikri border on November 25.

In a video message, he mentioned a few of the SKM leaders had given a name for the march to Delhi border on November 24 from Mohra Mandi. “We do not need to ship any mistaken message and because the agitation would get affected we now have referred to as off the march,” mentioned Charuni.

Charuni at a state core committee assembly held not too long ago in Karnal had given the decision for the march on November 25 from Mohra Mandi to Tikri border that might cross by Ambala, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Panipat and Rohtak districts. The SKM, in the meantime, additionally gave a name for the march.

With out naming anybody, Charuni accused a few of the farmer leaders from Punjab of dividing the farmers of Haryana saying, “Saddened on this subject. The leaders, trusting whom round 700 farmers sacrificed their lives and lakhs of others have been struggling for the previous one yr, are mendacity now. No choice was taken in regards to the march by the SKM at any assembly, whether or not it was the assembly of SKM Haryana, or nine-member committee or the principle SKM,” he mentioned.

Charuni mentioned that they had referred to as off the march to avoid wasting the farmers’ motion. He mentioned that they had acquired assist for the march not solely from Haryana but in addition from Punjab.

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