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Kisan Andolan Live: A farmer living in Baghpat died due to heart attack at UP Gate

The farmers’ movement on the Delhi border continues for the 37th day today. The stalemate with the Centre’s three new agricultural laws is still in place. Farmers, who are adamant about repealing the law, have declared a cross-border war with the government over the issue. The farmers have appealed to the government to accept their demand soon. At the same time the government has made it clear that the law will not be returned, but amendments are possible.

It is noteworthy that the central government is introducing three new agricultural laws as major reforms in agriculture passed in September, while protesting farmers fear that the new laws will end the MSP (Minimum Support Price) and the temple system and they are dependent on big corporations. Will become.

Live update

– Gazipur: A farmer Galtan Singh Panwar (57) died at the UP Gate border today. He was a resident of Bhagwanpur Nagal, District Bagpat village. Galtan Singh was involved in this movement from the very beginning. The cause of death has not yet been determined. The cause of death was thought to be a heart attack. He was rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead at the scene.

– Gazipur: RLD leader Jayant Chowdhury, who reached out to farmers in the farmers’ movement at the UP gate against the new agriculture law, has spoken to Rakesh Tikait.

– Gazipur: Rakesh Tikait, National Spokesperson of Indian Farmers Union, said that the demand for repeal of agricultural law and enactment of law on MSP is intact. The meeting will be held again on January 4. The government had requested at the last meeting that 2 out of 4 demands have been accepted, so end the picket, but the farmers refused. Today again a meeting of the farmers’ organization. It’s the new year, so there are new expectations. 2020 has been heavy across the country, but it is hoped that the new year will overcome the problems of farmers and countrymen. The government has to repeal the law. MSP also needs to legislate. Farmers across the country are watching what is happening and what will happen in the Delhi Dharna.

Delhi: The Khalsa Youth Group also organized a turban langar at the Singhu border for those who took part in the peasant movement. At that time many people were tied with turbans.

– Delhi: In the midst of the farmers’ movement against the new agricultural law, the farmers organized Nagar Kirtan on the first day of the new year at the Indus border.

– Farmers’ protest against the agricultural law at the Singhu border continues today on the 3rd. Sukhwinder Singh Sabera of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti said that the three agricultural laws should be repealed, adding that the struggle would intensify in the coming days if no solution is found on January 4.

– Chilla and Gazipur border closed to traffic from Noida and Ghaziabad to Delhi due to farmers’ protests: Delhi Traffic Police

– Delhi: Punjab Congress MPs continue to protest against the Agriculture Act in Jantar Mantar. “We are here for 25 days now,” said Punjab Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu. We are here with our family. In this new year we hope three black laws will be repealed.

Two friends from Patiala are going to join the peasant movement at the Tiki border by cycling about two and a half kilometers. Parminder Singh said that we only see the tick-tipped border, where our brothers and sisters are sitting. I am appealing to the people to celebrate the New Year with the farmers.

Explain that farmers have recently enacted three new agricultural laws – the Producers Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 and the Emergency Products (Amendment) Agreement) Act. , Opposing 2020.


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