Farmers Rail Roko Andolan: Farmers Rail Roko Andolan will start from Ambala Mohra Mandi on November 24, farmers will protest

Farmers Rail Roko Andolan :  A meeting of Bharati Kisan Union (Charuni) Panipat has been held at Kisan Bhawan Panipat, in which farmers of Panipat participated. It was presided over by District President Sudhir Jakhar and Bhakiu State President Karam Singh Mathana ji arrived as a special guest. In this, it was decided to fulfill the promise made by the government and to hold a program in Mohra Mandi on the completion of 2 years of the movement and along with this, the central government has broken the promise to the farmers. The farmers have warned the central government about the train stop movement over him.

Defending the minister in the Lakhimpur Kheri murder case and filing a case against the innocent farmers. Demand for debt relief, farmers are being evicted from the joint venture account, farmers should be given their ownership rights.
 
 

< Speaking to the media after the meeting, Bhakiu District President Sudhir Jakhar said that due to non-withdrawal of the case, the Bharatiya Kisan Union in Haryana has warned to start the farmers' movement again. Bhakiu district president Sudhir Jakhar gave an ultimatum to the government and said that on the occasion of the second anniversary of the farmers' movement, it will be started by stopping the train in Ambala on November 24. Thousands of farmers of Panipat district will reach Ambala in the Mohra grain market of Ambala and make their strength felt. Sudhir Jakhar said that two years ago on November 24, the movement started from the grain market of Mohali. Today is the birthday of Kisan Messiah Sir Chhotu Ram and here the farmers will be told about the importance of Kisan Andolan. Apart from this, other demands including compensation of farmers will be repeated. On the other hand, acting district president Ram Singh Kundu said that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal withdrew all the cases even during the compromise talks with the Chief Minister. was full of support. They promised to withdraw the old cases and not to do any harm to the people supporting the movement, but even today the firearm licenses and passports of many farmers are being withheld. Similarly, 30 cases are already pending due to agitation, which have been sent to the government in writing but no action has been taken. District Vice President Rajinder Dahiya, District Organization Secretary in the meeting Rambir Jhattipur, District Legal Cell President Sandeep Dharamgarh, Israna Block President Rajrup Fauji, Youth District Vice President Nadeem Gujjar, Youth District General Secretary Mohit Biholi, Anand Pardhana, Satinder Machhrauli, Narendra Rajkheri District Singh Jagalan, Ranbir Fauji participated. /div>

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