Farmer's Delhi Chalo walk: Samyukta Kisan Morcha pioneer looks for arrival of 'kept' farmers -
Farmer's Delhi Chalo walk: Samyukta Kisan Morcha pioneer looks for arrival of 'kept' farmers
Posted 12 Feb 2024 02:15 PM


Rancher pioneer Jagjit Singh Dallewal on Monday claimed that numerous agriculturists, who were coming from different states, including Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh, to help the 'Delhi Chalo' walk, have been confined and looked for their delivery.
The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (Non-political) and the Kisan Mazdoor Morcha have reported that in excess of 200 ranch associations would walk to Delhi on February 13 to press the Middle to acknowledge a few requests, including the order of a regulation to ensure a base help value (MSP) for crops.
Dallewal guaranteed that few ranchers coming from Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka, owing loyalty to SKM, have been confined in Bhopal.
"On the one side, they (the Middle) are holding exchange with us and then again they are keeping our kin. Then, at that point, how might this discourse happen?" said Dallewal, who is the SKM pioneer.
"We have let the public authority know that it ought to deliver our kin. The public authority needs to make a positive climate for exchange," he said.
"The farmers are more open to dialogue if the government expresses optimism." We have no intention of creating a disturbance or causing harm. We hold tranquil fights," said Dallewal, who is the leader of Bharti Kisan Association (Ekta Sidhupur).
Dallewal said rancher pioneers would hold their gathering in Mohali at 3 pm.
Dallewal hammered the Haryana government for making weighty security plans at the Punjab-Haryana borders and "hassling" ranchers who needed to join the 'Delhi Chalo' walk.
On the one side, the public authority is holding exchange with ranchers and then again, weighty blockading has been finished at the Punjab-Haryana borders, he said.
A group of three Association pastors on Monday will hold a gathering with a designation of rancher pioneers who have wanted to head towards Delhi as a component of their 'Delhi Chalo' walk.
On Monday, Union ministers Piyush Goyal, Arjun Munda, and Nityanand Rai will arrive in Chandigarh for a second round of discussions with farmer leaders to discuss the demands they have. At 5 p.m., the meeting will take place at Sector 26's Mahatma Gandhi State Institute of Public Administration.

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