- Important meeting of United Kisan Morcha held
- Decisions on the movement’s new strategy
Farmer agitation continues on Delhi’s borders against the three new agricultural laws of the Modi government. Meanwhile, on Tuesday, an important meeting of the United Kisan Morcha took place on the Kundli border of Sonepat. At this meeting on November 26, important decisions were made on the new strategy of the Delhi march and movement.
At the same meeting it was decided that during the winter session of Parliament starting on November 29, 500 farmers would march towards Parliament House with tractors every day. At the same time, on the eve of the movement’s first anniversary, more farmers from Punjab and Haryana will move to the borders of Delhi.
Peasant leader Rakesh Tikait said that we do not live in China and that we have to ask permission to go to Delhi. Roads have been opened on the border of Ghazipur and Tikri. On November 26, farmers will protest in all state capitals.
Tikait said that during the winter session of Parliament starting on November 29, 500 farmers would march towards Parliament House with tractors every day. Haryana organizations are said to be adamant on the Delhi march, in connection with this they also raised slogans against Kisan Morcha Kingdom.
Here, it was said on behalf of United Kisan Morcha that a forensic investigation into the Lakhimpur Kheri massacre has revealed that the gun of Ashish Mishra Teni and his partner was fired in the incident. This confirms United Kisan Morcha’s position that farmers were targeted and clearly demonstrates the guilt of the son of Minister of State Ajay Mishra Teni.