Farmers will go to Delhi on November 26


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A resolution was passed at the meeting of farmers’ organizations and perhaps from Haryana at the Makrauli tollbooth that farmers will go to Delhi on November 26. During this period, the residence of the Prime Minister or Parliament will be divided into gherao. The final decision in this regard will be made at the United Kisan Morcha meeting to be held on November 9.

Farmers meeting.
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Farmers’ organizations have made preparations for the Delhi march on November 26. On Sunday, at a meeting of organizations held at the Makrauli toll plaza in Rohtak, Haryana, a resolution was passed that on November 26, all farmers would enter Delhi. During this period, the residence of the Prime Minister or Parliament will be divided into gherao. The final decision in this regard will be made at the United Kisan Morcha meeting to be held on November 9. The meeting chaired by Virendra Hooda, patron of Toll Hatao Sangharsh Samiti, was attended by BKU President Gurnam Singh Chaduni, representatives of many organizations and Khaps.

At the meeting, Chaduni shared a strategic program to increase the participation of Khap and Toll representatives, farmers and women leaders. At the meeting, a resolution was approved to issue adequate compensation for the damage caused to crops by the rains. Before acquiring power towers, the farmers’ side should be heard and compensation should be awarded under the new land acquisition law at market price.

Apart from this, a proposal was also passed to repeal the Haryana Land Acquisition Amendment and the Mauja Compensation Act, to cancel the transfer of income records from Shamlat lands to the government. A 9-member committee was formed under the leadership of Chaduni, which will see that if these demands are not met, a meeting with farmers’ organizations should be held again and perhaps.

On November 8, teams for gherao were formed in Hansi SP’s office. All the organizations called on the Kisan Morcha Union to carry out a positive dialogue on the issue of the repeal of the three agricultural laws. Poonam Kandela, Pradeep Dhankhar, Jagbir Jasola, Dr. Shamsher Singh, Jasvir Bhati, Gurnam Singh Jabbar, the head of Sangwan Khap Sombir Sangwan, Ramphool Hooda from Hooda Khap, Billu Pradhan from Kadia Khap, Malalhendint Rana from Jatápula Khap, Dalalhendint Rana from Jatápula Khap, Dalalhendint Rana attended the Dalal Khap meeting. The district president of Bhakiyu Chaduni, Raju Makrauli, Rampal Chahal, Sandeep Shastri, Jaipal Kundu, Suman Hooda, etc. were present.

Also read: Sacrilege case: Punjab police will interrogate Ram Rahim in Sunaria jail, deputy commissioner gives jail administration permission

MP used the wrong words: Chadhuni
BKU President Gurnam Singh Chaduni said in a conversation with the media that the government deputy used the wrong words. The government representative said that he will cut off his hands, gouge out his eyes, it is reprehensible. At the meeting, a motion of no confidence was passed against BJP MP, Dr. Arvind Sharma, and former Minister Manish Grover, for undemocratic statements such as tearing of the eyes and cutting of hands.

Will file a complaint to register a case
Raju Makrauli, district chief of Bhakiyu Chaduni, said that a lawsuit would be made to register a case against the undemocratic statement of deputy Dr. Arvind Sharma. A written complaint will be delivered to SP Uday Singh Meena in this regard on Monday. In this, legal action will be demanded against MP Dr. Sharma, former Minister Manish Grover, Deputy Mayor Rajkamal Sehgal, Satish Nandal and other BJP workers. He said that deputy Dr. Sharma has given a statement that whoever looks at Manish Grover, will gouge out his eyes, if he raises his hand, he will cut him off. By deliberately making such statements, an attempt is made to ruin the mutual brotherhood and cause riots.

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Farmers’ organizations have made preparations for the Delhi march on November 26. On Sunday, at a meeting of organizations held at the Makrauli toll plaza in Rohtak, Haryana, a resolution was passed that on November 26, all farmers would enter Delhi. During this period, the residence of the Prime Minister or Parliament will be divided into gherao. The final decision on this will be made at the United Kisan Morcha meeting to be held on November 9. The meeting chaired by Virendra Hooda, patron of Toll Hatao Sangharsh Samiti, was attended by BKU President Gurnam Singh Chaduni, representatives of many organizations and Khaps.

At the meeting, Chaduni shared a strategic program to increase the participation of Khap and Toll representatives, farmers and women leaders. At the meeting, a resolution was approved to issue adequate compensation for the damage caused to crops by the rains. Before acquiring power towers, the farmers’ side should be heard and compensation should be awarded under the new land acquisition law at market price.

Apart from this, a proposal was also passed to repeal the Haryana Land Acquisition Amendment and the Mauja Compensation Act, to cancel the transfer of income records from Shamlat lands to the government. A 9-member committee was formed under the leadership of Chaduni, which will see that if these demands are not met, a meeting with farmers’ organizations should be held again and perhaps.

On November 8, teams for gherao were formed in Hansi SP’s office. All the organizations called on the Kisan Morcha Union to carry out a positive dialogue on the issue of the repeal of the three agricultural laws. Poonam Kandela, Pradeep Dhankhar, Jagbir Jasola, Dr. Shamsher Singh, Jasvir Bhati, Gurnam Singh Jabbar, the head of Sangwan Khap Sombir Sangwan, Ramphool Hooda from Hooda Khap, Billu Pradhan from Kadia Khap, Malalhendint Rana from Jatápula Khap, Dalalhendint Rana from Jatápula Khap, Dalalhendint Rana attended the Dalal Khap meeting. The district president of Bhakiyu Chaduni, Raju Makrauli, Rampal Chahal, Sandeep Shastri, Jaipal Kundu, Suman Hooda, etc. were present.

Also read: Sacrilege case: Punjab police will interrogate Ram Rahim in Sunaria jail, deputy commissioner gives jail administration permission

MP used the wrong words: Chadhuni

BKU President Gurnam Singh Chaduni said in a conversation with the media that the government deputy used the wrong words. The government representative said that he will cut off his hands, gouge out his eyes, it is reprehensible. At the meeting, a condemnation motion was passed against BJP MP Dr. Arvind Sharma and former Minister Manish Grover against undemocratic statements such as tears in the eyes and cutting off hands.


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