In Bahadurgarh, farmers have started building pucca houses on the bypass.
- Focus on harvesting along the border, farmers’ bail, Mahapanchayats and BJP opposition
The agitation on the borders of Delhi in protest against the three agricultural laws has entered the fourth phase. The United Kisan Morcha held a meeting on the horoscope border on Tuesday. A month plan was made in this. The focus will be on agitation along the border with harvesting of crops, providing bail to the jailed farmers, mahapanchayats in other states except Haryana and Punjab and opposing the BJP in electoral states.
Some members of the meeting said that there is disappointment among the farmers sitting here. So, the issue of negotiation was raised, which would lead to a solution. Senior leaders of the Morcha accepted this concern, but at the same time said that mustard harvesting is going to start soon in Punjab and then the time for wheat harvesting will come in Punjab, Haryana and UP. It was decided that the farmers should be called in rotation. On March 6, to close the border, KMP will be closed for 5 hours at different places.
Pressure and relief game
According to sources, some farmer leaders are in favor of starting the talks, but some members believe that the talks should be held in an environment when there is pressure on the government. Farmer leaders feel that if there is opposition to the BJP in the electoral states, the government will be under pressure. At the same time, we want to release the farmers on bail first, so that the government remains under pressure and moves towards a solution soon. Out of about 150 farmers, 90 have come out.
On Tuesday too, 13 have been granted bail. On the other hand, not all members reached the meeting. At the same time, some senior members sent other people to their place in the meeting. This caused resentment among many members of the front. For many days, there has been a churn in the front about the talks, but could not reach any decision.
Farmer leader said
Government seated on chair, its responsibility first: Yadav
- Front member Yogendra Yadav said that the farmers are ready for talks, but the government is not sending any proposal for this. It is the responsibility of the government to take initiative and call.
- Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that he was not in the meeting due to the Mahapanchayat. We have never refused to hold talks, but it will not work the way the government wants. The decisions taken by the Front have been taken with the consent of all.
- United Front member Rajendra Dhalewal says that we are always ready for talks, but the government is stuck on its old proposal. We have rejected it twice. Discussions were held in the meeting of the front. If the government makes a new proposal, we will go for talks.
Preparations for making concrete colonies in Bahadurgarh
Bahadurgarh, Farmers started building pucca houses on Tuesday after the trolleys returned to Punjab and villages. Farmers started building houses with bricks in such a way that rooms are prepared in the village. Soon the entire bypass farmers have erected trolleys and have prepared colonies in the names of their district and village. Pucca houses are to be built at the same time, so that the farmer can run the movement here for many years.
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