Farmers start Bharat Bandah and protesters block Gazipur borders

Farmers start Bharat Bandah and protesters block Gazipur borders

Farmers who have been protesting the three agricultural laws for the past four months called for India to be regulated nationwide on Friday, 26 March. The bandage will run from 6 am to 6 pm. Farmer leaders said that no one would be forced to join Bharat Bandah.

Today, on the occasion of Bharat Bandah, farmers block Kharkhoda Rohtak Road in Cisana. Let us know that farmers are constantly protesting the three agricultural laws and have been sitting on the udder for many days. Farmers have closed National Highway 44 that runs through Sonipat today. Apart from this, farmers have also banned KMP and KGP.

Today, on the occasion of Bharat Bandah, farmers block Kharkhoda Rohtak Road in Cisana. Let us know that farmers are constantly protesting the three agricultural laws and have been sitting on the udder for many days. Farmers have closed National Highway 44 that runs through Sonipat today. Apart from this, farmers have also banned KMP and KGP.

The protesters closed the borders of Gazipur

The protesters closed the Gazipur borders due to the 12-hour lockdown. Explain that this scope was called by Kisan Morcha United against the central government. Kisan Morcha opposes the three agricultural laws and demands that they be withdrawn.

Traffic stopped at the Gazipur border

According to the traffic police, traffic was stopped at the Gazipur border on the NH-24.

All alternative routes to the Delhi border will remain closed today

Alternative roads around farmers’ boundaries that Dharnah run in Delhi will also be closed from 6am to 6pm on Friday morning. Although the number of protesters at the Delhi border is much smaller now than before, its agitators claim the range will be a complete success.

Ambulances and schoolchildren’s vehicles will not be stopped

In this regard, the farmers met on Thursday at the Gazipur border and decided to close the Bharat Bandah strategy. Army vehicles, ambulances, schoolchildren’s vehicles and vehicles in need will not be stopped during Bharat Bandah. Additionally, the movement will be affected.

India is not closed to elections

Four states of the country will not participate in Bharat Bandah on Friday at the invitation of farmers. With the exception of states in which elections will be held, in all states, Kisan Morcha United has completed preparations for the success of the Barat Bandh. The agitators who gathered to support their demands at the Singhu, Tikari and Ghazipur frontiers will start making the Bandh successful from 6 am on Friday.

Farmers who have been protesting against the three agricultural laws for the past four months called for India’s nationwide regulation on Friday, March 26th. Kisan Morcha called United from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Protesting farmers will stop rail and road transport and shut down the market. As a result, people may have to face movement problem and shortage of other commodities including milk and vegetables.

Farmer leaders said that no one would be forced to join Bharat Bandah. Nor will peace be allowed to deteriorate in any way. For this, the leaders of the organizations will also monitor themselves. In the main meeting held on the border of Tiki, the peasant leaders called on the farmers to achieve a peaceful success of the bandah.

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