New Delhi, February 21
Protesting farmers on Sunday introduced a collection of occasions from February 23-27 to additional intensify their agitation in opposition to the three new agricultural legal guidelines as they accused the federal government of adopting “repressive” measures in opposition to them.
In addition they mentioned they may quickly devise a technique to maintain the protest going for lengthy.
The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is spearheading the protests, informed a press convention right here that beneath their proposed escalation programme, February 23 can be noticed as ‘Pagadi Sambhal Diwas’ and February 24 as ‘Daman Virodhi Diwas’, basically to underline that farmers should be revered and no “repressive measures” ought to be taken in opposition to them.
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The Morcha mentioned February 26 can be noticed as ‘Yuva Kisan Diwas’ (youth farmers day) and February 27 as ‘Mazdoor Kisan Ekta Diwas’ (farmer-labourer unity day).
“The federal government is adopting all of the repressive measures, mischief and manipulations together with arrests, detentions and registration of instances in opposition to the protesters. The Singhu border has been fortified and seems to be a global border,” farmer chief Yogendra Yadav mentioned.
A protracted-term plan for motion can be mentioned in view of the Parliament session from March 8, and the technique can be shared within the subsequent assembly of SKM, he mentioned.
One other Morcha chief, Darshan Pal, additionally alleged “repression” by the federal government.
He mentioned round 32 individuals have gotten bail out of 122 arrested by the Delhi Police in reference to the violence and vandalism within the nationwide capital throughout a farmers’ tractor rally on Republic Day. PTI