Farmers proteste these days farmers block the Delhi-Jaipur highway today are predicted to begin their rally on tractors at 11 am as they head to Delhi Farmer union leaders may even sit on a hunger strike among 8 am and 5 pm on the Singhu Border at some stage in the nationwide protest on December 14.
The farmers protesting in opposition to the Centre’s farm laws have threatened to farmers block the Delhi-Jaipur highway today. Farmer leaders said important highways linking the national capital will be blocked from Sunday and they may take a seat down on a hunger strike on December 14, after they have known as for a national protest.
Agitating farmers picketed highway toll plazas in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan on Saturday and claimed thousands more farmers will quickly arrive on Delhi’s borders to heighten their stir in opposition to the Centre’s new farm laws.
Informing a press conference meet at Singhu Border, farmers leader Kanwalpreet Singh Pannu said that thousands of farmers will begin their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march with their tractors from Rajasthan’s Shahjahanpur via the Jaipur-Delhi Highway block at 11 am on Today.
Farmer union leaders may also take a sutdown on a hunger strike among 8 AM and 5 PM on the Singhu Border at some stage in the nationwide protest on December 14 in opposition to the new farm laws, he said.
Meanwhile, masses of safety personnel are deployed at border main points on highways linking Delhi city following an declaration by the farmer unions leader to block the Jaipur-Delhi and the Delhi-Agra Expressways.
Union Minister Som Prakash, who’s negotiating with protesting farmers, said efforts are being made to call an early assembly with farmer leaders. Both the sides have had 5 rounds of talks. The farmers have rejected a central government provide to amend the farm laws and give a written assurance on persevering with the MSP system.