New Delhi: The farmers, who are agitating against the three new agricultural laws of the central government, have announced the jamming of the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway on Saturday, marking the completion of 100 days of protests. Traffic on the expressway may be affected from 11 am to 4 pm. Meanwhile, protesters sitting on a sit-in at the UP Gate from November 28 to protest against the three agricultural laws will also leave on Saturday to free the KMP (Kundli-Manesar-Palwal) toll on the Eastern Peripheral Expressway and jam the expressway. . On Friday, leaders of the protesters appealed to the people to reach KMP from the stage of the UP Gate picket. Along with this, a mahapanchayat will be organized at UP Gate on tomorrow i.e. Sunday. The Mahapanchayat will also include protesters from western Uttar Pradesh along with protesters from other states. In this mahapanchayat, National President of Bharatiya Kisan Union Naresh Tikait and National Spokesperson Rakesh Tikait will also be involved. The next strategy will be discussed in this mahapanchayat. The leaders of the protesters are preparing to make this mahapanchayat a success.
Spokesperson Samyukta Kisan Morcha Ghazipur Jagtar Singh Bajwa said that tomorrow Dasna, Duhai, Baghpat, Dadri, Greater Noida will be jammed. The black band will be tied. Toll plazas will also be made free. Referring to the forum on Friday, protesting leader Tejendra Singh Virk appealed to the protesters to reach KMP in greater numbers.
He informed that traffic on the KMP will be interrupted from 12 noon to 4 pm. Along with this, the KMP toll will also be made free for this period. During a panchayat, the protesters had earlier announced to disrupt the KMP and make it toll free on Saturday. Protesters from many borders will arrive at KMP on Saturday.