Hunger strike in Delhi by peasant.

Sunday was the 18th day of the peasant movement against agricultural laws.  The farmers blocked the Delhi-Jaipur highway on Sunday.  As soon as the news of the arrival of the farmers from Jaipur, Haryana Government had imposed Section 144 in Rewari.  Even after this, the farmers blocked the highway.  The farmers also marched a tractor from Shahjahanpur located on the Rajasthan-Haryana border.

Indian farmer

 Farmer leaders held a press conference on Sunday evening.  He announced that on Monday, all the farmer leaders on the Delhi border will go on hunger strike from 8 am to 5 pm.  Apart from this, there will also be performances at all district headquarters.  Members of the United Front met at the horoscope border.  It was decided that till now 40 farmer leaders used to go to talk to the government, now a small committee will go to talk to the government.

 4. The photo is of the Singhu border.  Women cooking for protesting farmers here on Sunday.

 Farmers return students

 Farmers will also monitor to keep unwanted elements out of their movement.  Indian Farmers Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that on Sunday, we had removed some wrong element posters along the Ghaziabad border and removed them.  We have to keep an eye on such people even further.  He said that some students also came in our support, but we said that this is only a demonstration of farmers and after that they left.

 In view of the farmers' announcement, on Sunday, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Minister of State for Agriculture Som Prakash held a meeting at the residence of Home Minister Amit Shah.  The peasant movement also seems to be divided into two factions.  The farmers of Uttarakhand met Tomar and supported the agricultural laws.  Earlier on Saturday, some farmer organizations in Haryana also supported the agricultural laws.

 4 Farmers performing on the Singhu border have also brought with them farming equipment.  Farmers here put up posters in support of their demands.

 Punjab's DIG resigns

 Punjab's DIG (Jail) Lakhminder Singh Jakhar resigned from his post on Sunday in support of the farmers.  ADGP (Jail) PK Sinha has confirmed the copy of the resignation.  DIG (Jail) wrote that the farmers of the state are upset.  The streets are sitting under the open sky in the cold.  I am the son of a farmer myself, so I want to be a part of this movement.  Release immediately with effect, so that I can go to Delhi and fight for my rights with my peasant brothers.

 On the other hand, farmers are not ready for any kind of amendment except for withdrawal of law.  For this, farmers can close the Delhi-Jaipur highway.  He warned that if the government did not accept his demands, he would go on hunger strike on Monday.

 IRCTC's initiative to shine government image

 In the wake of the movement, IRCTC sent a 47-page attachment titled 'PM Modi and his government's special relationship with Sikhs'.  IRCTC Chief Public Relations Officer Siddharth Singh said that such a booklet was released a few days ago.  All government offices sent it to the people.  This document was mailed to those who have the surname 'Singh' or belong to Punjab.

 Thousands of Rajasthan farmers will reach Delhi

 Farmer leader Kamalpreet Singh said that thousands of farmers of Rajasthan are coming to Delhi to support the movement.  During this, they will block the Delhi-Jaipur highway.  He said that the central government adopted many tactics to end our movement, but we all failed.

 Kamalpreet said that the government tried its best to divide us.  We will hold a peaceful demonstration till victory.  On 14 December, many peasant leaders will come together on the Singhu border and stage a hunger strike.  We demand that all three laws be withdrawn.  We are not in favor of any kind of change.

 Important things about the movement:

 Warm clothes were distributed to the farmers who were performing at the Delhi-Ghazipur border.  Two brothers from Punjab said that who likes living on the streets.  I am a fan of Prime Minister Modi.  I hope they understand that without farmers the country cannot move forward.

 In the US capital Washington DC, some people opposing the farmers bill damaged the statue of Mahatma Gandhi.  People demonstrating in support of the farmers sprayed the Gandhi statue in front of the Indian embassy on Saturday.  The protesters had covered Gandhi's face with a Khalistani flag.

 Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala met several Union ministers on Saturday amidst the agitation.  After this, he said that the way the central government is negotiating, it is clear that the government wants a solution to this matter.  I am confident that the next 24 to 48 hours can be decisive for this.

 Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, who was separated from the NDA on the issue of farmers, said that the central government is trying to suppress the voice of farmers instead of listening to them.  Those who have made laws do not want them, so why is the Center persecuting them?  I appeal to the Prime Minister to listen to the farmers.

 The Indian Farmers Union challenged all three agricultural bills in the Supreme Court.  He says that due to these laws, farmers will be weak in front of corporate greed.  The farmers had on Wednesday rejected the government's written proposal.

 The Bharatiya Kisan Union of UP (BKU-Bhanu faction) running on the Delhi-Noida border ended its agitation on Saturday.  Defense Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to farmer organizations on Saturday night.  An agreement has been reached between the farmers and the government to set up the Agriculture Commission.

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