Farmers’ Protest: Arvind Kejriwal visit provest sites

GrowJust Desk - Editorial Team
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Protest of farmers against agricultural laws of the center continues on Monday. Farmers seeking to withdraw the law are stuck in and around Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the Singhu border on Monday morning. There Arvind Kejriwal said, “He has come here not as chief minister but as a servant.” Kejriwal said “that our entire government MLA, party workers, and myself, we are engaged in serving farmers like a servant, today we have not come as Chief Minister, I have come as a servant to serve peasants. I have come here because farmers are working for us for 24 hours by shedding blood and sweat. Today the farmer is in trouble. All our countrymen must stand with the farmers and serve them.

He said that “I have come today to take stock of all the facilities. Bio toilets have been made, cleanliness is good, there is a water system but if it is unable to go inside then it will be transported inside by putting a motor.” The farmers say “that they are satisfied with the arrangement, I am in constant touch. Our MLA Jarnail Singh has slept here last night in support of him. All our volunteers are engaged in giving service to our workers.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the Aam Aadmi Party fully supports the protesting farmers on 8th December. He said that all our workers will participate in this protest. Talking to the farmers, he said that all over the country and I hope that everybody will join it peacefully. I appeal to the people of the whole country to join it. There was a lot of pressure on us to make the stadium a prison. It was said that the stadium should be converted into a jail, but we heard the voice of our soul. Many times Delhi CM said, “you should listen to the voice of your soul without worrying about the result.

Arvind Kejriwal (Photo Souce: Arvind kejriwal Instagram)

Let us tell you that the fifth round of talks between the farmers’ organizations and the government opposing the agricultural laws were inconclusive on Saturday. The next meeting will be on Wednesday. The government is trying to end the deadlock on agricultural laws. According to sources, the government is also ready to amend the agricultural laws if needed. However, the farmers say that they do not approve of the amendment and these laws should be abolished.

Farmers’ organizations across the country have protested for a Bharat Bandh on 8 December. It includes farmers’ organizations in many states including Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan. Many political parties have also supported this bandh. The main opposition party Congress has also supported the Bharat Bandh.

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