Protesters blocked the road on the Ghazipur border, the Singhu border and the Tekri border during a 12-hour ‘Bharat Bandh’ called by the United Kisan Morcha today to mark the completion of four months of the farmers’ agitation on the Delhi borders in protest against the new agricultural laws. Halabol is placed against.
During this time, where the farmer protesters blocked the Ghazipur border once again from the morning, a group of farmers protested by dancing and singing here.
On today’s ‘Bharat Bandh’, Bharatiya Kisan Union Uttar Pradesh President Rajveer Singh Jadaun said that our movement is going to be completed for about four months. In Bharat Bandh, we are getting the support of people, traders and transporters. This will send a message to the government. We are ready for talks 24 hours.
#WATCH A group of protesters sing and dance at Ghazipur border (Delhi-UP) during 12-hour ‘Bharat Bandh’ called by Samyukt Kisan Morcha against Center’s Farm Laws
According to the information, rail and road transport are likely to be affected in many parts of the country on Friday and markets may also remain closed as farmer organizations protesting the new agricultural laws of the center have called for a complete ‘Bharat bandh’. However, it will not be closed in five electoral states. According to the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, the nationwide nationwide bandh is continuing from 6 am on March 26, which will run till 6 pm, which is being carried out on the completion of four months of the Kisan agitation on the three borders of Delhi – Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri.
Kisan Morcha leader Darshan Pal had said in a video message on Thursday that the supply of vegetables and milk would also be stopped during the bandh. The Morcha said in a statement that all shops, malls, markets and institutions will remain closed under the entire Bharat Bandh. All short and long routes will be blocked and trains will be stopped. All services will remain closed except for ambulances and other essential services. The impact of the Bharat Bandh will also be seen in Delhi. He appealed to the agitating farmers to maintain peace during the bandh and not to engage in any wrong discussion or confrontation.
Samyukt Kisan Morcha has called for a 12 hour long ‘Bharat Bandh’ today, protestors block the road at Singhu Border
At the same time, the Confederation of All India Traders, which claims to represent eight crore traders in the country, said that markets will be open on 26 March as it is not involved in ‘Bharat Bandh’. Organization General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that we are not joining the Bharat Bandh. Markets will remain open in Delhi and other parts of the country. The ongoing deadlock can only be resolved through the negotiation process. Amendments to agricultural laws should be discussed that can make existing agriculture profitable.