New Delhi, March 1
Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is spearheading anti-farm regulation protests in Delhi, will ship its leaders to poll-bound states to attraction to farmers there to defeat the BJP in meeting elections, leaders of the outfit mentioned on Tuesday.
The protesting farmers may even block the KMP (Western Peripheral) Expressway on March 6 because the anti-farm regulation protest at Delhi borders completes 100 days. The expressway will likely be blocked at varied factors for 5 hours, from 11 am on March 6, SKM chief Yogendra Yadav mentioned.
He mentioned SKM leaders will maintain a public assembly in Kolkata on March 12 to attraction to the farmers of poll-bound states.
SKM chief Balbir Singh Rajewal mentioned that SKM groups will go to poll-bound states, together with West Bengal and Kerala, to attraction to farmers to defeat the BJP.
“We is not going to search votes for any occasion. We’ll attraction to them to vote for these candidates who can defeat the BJP which has failed to deal with farmers’ points,” Rajewal mentioned at a joint press convention of SKM at Singhu border.
The morcha leaders may even go to Karnataka the place farmers are getting at the very least Rs 1,000 lower than MSP on varied crops, Yadav mentioned.
On Womens’ Day on March 8, girls protesters will lead the protest at Delhi borders and different locations throughout the nation, Yadav mentioned. PTI