Farmers sitting on the borders of Delhi against the Central Agricultural Laws (Farms Bill) have made all the arrangements to overcome the scorching heat of Delhi. Farmers, who have been protesting against the three agricultural laws since the beginning of winter, have prepared cross ventilation tents for the agitators as the summer season approaches. So that the air can easily pass through and farmers should not suffer heat while sleeping at night.
In addition to these tents on the Ghazipur border, the thatch used in the village is being prepared to avoid the heat of the land in the summer, while the native mat is being used for laying down. Uttar Pradesh President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) Rajvir Singh Jadoun told IANS, “The height of these tents is being increased, earlier these tents were down due to rain and winter. By summer, we would arrange ventilation in the tents, so that the air would cross. He said, “fans and solar power will be used. At present, some farmers have installed solar panels in trolleys. We will do whatever we have to do to save the movement and the farmers. “
Solar panel also arranged
He informed that these ready-made tents are being elevated and a transparent mesh is being installed at the bottom, which will protect them from mosquitoes and will also serve cross ventilation. Harvindra Singh, Sukhraj Singh and Gurpreet Singh from Punjab also reached Ghazipur border on 20 December and are still living here. They have brought a tractor trolley, which has all the arrangements to survive the summer. His trolley has a solar panel, so that he will sleep in a cooler at night.
Farmers are getting fridge water
Refrigerator water is now being provided in some langars running on the Ghazipur border, for which large fridges have been installed in the langars, in which vegetables are also being kept, so that the heat does not spoil. Farmers have been protesting against the three new farming laws since November 26 last year on various boundaries of the national capital.