Tribune press service
Sonepat, September 22
The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Wednesday marked 300 days at Delhi’s borders and said the farmers’ movement would strengthen and spread.
SKM said farmers were forced to stay put at Delhi’s borders after being prevented by Delhi police from entering Delhi in November 2020.
The protesting farmers have peacefully communicated their resistance against the corporate takeover of India’s food and farming systems since November 26 last year, deciding to squat the highways where they were arrested and barred from going. further away.
The SKM is also committed to strengthening the movement and generalizing it. Preparations are in full swing to make Bharat Bandh a success on September 27. Various strata of society are contacted by groups of farmers in different parts of the country to gain their support and solidarity for the cause of farmers, which is also becoming a movement to protect Indian democracy.
In addition to the joint planning meetings of many farmers ‘organizations, workers’ unions, unions, employee and student unions, women’s organizations, transport associations and others are involved in the planning, they added.
Meanwhile, mahapanchayats are also being organized to get more citizens to rally around the call of bandh. Cycling rallies and cyclo-yatras are also organized.
Beginning of the Kabaddi league over five days
Jhajjar: A five-day Kabaddi league kicked off on Wednesday at the Tikri-Bahadurgarh border. In total, 16 teams are participating. During the first two days, matches will be played in Tikri, while the finals will be held in Singhu from September 24-26. The winner will receive a cash reward of Rs3 lakh. tns