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Farmers’ organizations said that central government representatives should be sent for talks

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| Updated: 30 Nov 2020, 09:43:00 PM

Sonepat, 30 November (Language) Thousands of farmers’ organizations sitting on a dharna in support of the demands on the Indus border of Sonepat, adjacent to the national capital, made it clear that they would not go to Delhi for any talks but representatives of the central government would come here Have a conversation In protest against the three agricultural laws of the central government, the strike of various farmer organizations running on the horoscope border has entered its fifth day today. The process of reaching farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh continued unabated. Thousands of farmers daily

Sonepat, 30 November (Language) Thousands of farmers’ organizations sitting on a dharna in support of the demands on the Indus border of Sonepat, adjacent to the national capital, made it clear that they would not go to Delhi for any talks but representatives of the central government would come here Have a conversation In protest against the three agricultural laws of the central government, the strike of various farmer organizations running on the horoscope border has entered its fifth day today. The process of reaching farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh continued unabated. With thousands of farmers arriving at the picket site every day, its size is becoming huge. Traffic has come to a complete standstill due to the strike of farmers in the middle of the highway. The farmers said that the Kisan Jatbandhis celebrated the 551st Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak at the picket site, and bowed down to him and vowed to assimilate his teachings. Farmers’ demonstrations continue on the borders bordering the capital Delhi and in this movement, women demonstrating in Shaheen Bagh, including students of AISA from Delhi University have extended their support to the farmers. Supporting the farmers, these women called the central government as anti-farmer and said that it has always suppressed the poor and always passed a law that would harm the people. Most of the officers and employees of Kundli and Rai industrial areas located in Sonepat come to Sonepat from Delhi, there are thousands of factories in these areas whose work is being continuously affected due to this farmer movement and jam. Factory owners say that their work is being disrupted due to the ongoing tussle between the government and the farmers because the workers are also having inconvenience to reach. The farmers’ movement and the common people are facing difficulty due to this movement. Trains have not started operating till now and transport officials say that the Sonepat-Delhi bus service has also been stopped due to this jam. The district administration called for two additional companies of the Central Reserve Police Force to deal with the disturbance. SDM Vijay Malik has taken over the picket site himself. Malik said that in order to ensure that the farmers who are staging the Kundali border do not face any problem, several important decisions have been taken by the Sonepat administration, under which the number of red cross ambulances deployed at the picket site has been increased to 10. He instructed the ambulance drivers to get information about the Google Map, their experts and whatever way the streets are, so that patients can be transported to a civil hospital in an emergency. He warned the drivers that an excuse for not knowing the route on time would not go away. He informed that Kovid-19 Center will be established to check the health of the farmers, where the corona virus will be tested regularly by the farmers and besides this a health check-up center will also be established here. Deputy Commissioner Shyamlal Poonia said that the departments concerned at the farmers’ dharna should not be liable anywhere in the rescue of Kovid-19 as any sabotage will be taken seriously. He asked the officials to maintain utmost seriousness about the health of the farmers gathered at the picket during this period of Kovid-19 and the Deputy Commissioner ordered the Municipal Corporation not to make any laxity in cleanliness at the picket.

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