Chandigarh: Farmer leader Rakesh Tikayat said the concerns currently being raised in the national capital against cultivation laws would be spread across the country. He explained that he would take the concerns to all corners of the country and strengthen the struggle by creating awareness on cultivation laws. It is their public concern that this will certainly be carried out successfully. The Mahapanchayat was organized by farmer leaders near Kitlana toll plaza in Haryana. At the event, which was attended by hundreds of people, Tikayat said there were conspiracies to break up the farmers’ concerns. He said there was an earlier attempt to divide Punjab-Haryana and Sikhs-Sikhs. But, Tamanta said they were farmers and had overcome their conspiracies.
Stated that the Sardars could never be removed from them. The farmer leaders formed a strong alliance and congratulated them. The 40-member committee was commended. It was made clear that not a single leader was weak. Meanwhile, another Mahapanchayat was held at Suneda in Mewat. Speaking on the occasion, Indian Kisan Union leader Gurnam Singh Chadhu said, “Today, the concerns are not just those of a few states but are spreading rapidly across the country. Inclusive slogans mentioning the deities and gurus of all religions. Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians all blasphemed Bhai Bhai.
The parents of the soldiers also protest
Rakesh Tikait said the central government should listen to what the farmers are saying. Otherwise the concerns are warned to reach another stage. He said family members of those working in the Army and Police would also come to Delhi and express their concern. Their fathers also say they sit in on worries. The central government has heavily deployed barricades, iron beams, fences and forces along the borders of Singh, Tikri and Ghazipur. It is understood that the plan is to hold a dharna with the family members of those serving in the Army as a counter to these forces. Rakesh said that they would respect the jawans and the families of the jawans would come here out of respect for the farmers.