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Protesters burn effigies of PM, Union ministers

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Mandi Ahmedgarh/bathinda, October 17

Farmers right now burnt the effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Cupboard colleagues in protest in opposition to the contentious farm Acts.

Workplace-bearers and activists of varied farmer unions vented their ire on the Central Authorities by organising funeral processions and burning effigies of the PM and his Cupboard on highways, close to toll plazas and petrol pumps.

A number of factions of the Bhartiya Kisan Union, All-India Kisan Sabha and Kirti Kisan Union burnt the effigies at Mullanpur, Ahmedgarh, Raikot and Payal cities. Addressing a gathering at Mullanpur, office-bearers of the All-India Kisan Sabha’s Ludhiana unit mentioned the Central Authorities had rubbed salt on farmers’ wounds by making a mockery of the Delhi assembly. They mentioned the BJP must pay a heavy value for this merciless joke on farmers.

“Now when the Punjab Authorities has expressed its intention to reject the Acts within the Meeting, the Union Authorities can be compelled to rectify its resolution by both withdrawing the Acts or making obligatory amendments,” mentioned Sikandar Singh Dhillon, an officer-bearer of All-India Kisan Sabha.

Sadhu Singh Panjeta, district president, BKU (Ekta Ugrahan), appreciated that the leaders of all farmer unions had been united for a typical goal and spoke in a single voice. Apart from blocking rail tracks, protesters have laid siege to toll plazas, gasoline pumps, buying malls of company homes and staged sit-ins outdoors the residences of a number of BJP leaders within the area.

In Bathinda, farmers owing allegiance to 30 kisan unions carried out a protest march from Multania Street to Hanuman Chowk and burnt effigies of the Union Authorities to specific their resentment over the farm legal guidelines. Aside from Bathinda metropolis, protests had been held in numerous blocks of the district and effigies of the Union Authorities had been burnt.

Shingara Singh Mann, president, BKU (Ekta Ugrahan), mentioned: “The joint protest in opposition to the controversial farm Acts entered the 17th day right now. Nevertheless, right now’s protest was notably organised in opposition to the detached method of the Union Authorities to succeed in a consensus and resolve apprehensions of the farming group.”

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