More Tractors On Way To Delhi For Republic Day Demonstration Parade
A big convoy of tractor-trollies left Amritsar for Delhi on Tuesday (File picture)
A large convoy of tractor-trollies left Amritsar for Delhi on Tuesday to take part in the protest parade revealed by farmer unions on Republic Day. The farmers have prepared to hold a rally parallel to the Republic Day Parade, contacting farmers from throughout Punjab and Haryana to participate. A town in Punjab’s Sangrur has even decided to fine those who pick to stay out of the rally.
Aiming to stop the rally, the Centre had filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court, where it said disturbance of the Republic Day parade will be an “shame to the country”.
Contending that it has actually “done its finest” to engage with farmers, the Centre stated, “The farm laws have gotten large acceptance throughout the country and, therefore, some farmers and others objecting to the law had actually put a condition of its repeal, is neither justifiable nor acceptable”.
The court, which earlier stated was “extremely dissatisfied” by the federal government’s handling of the circumstance, did something about it today, putting the contentious farm laws on hold and forming a committee to talk about the issue.
The farmers, however, have actually declined the committee, implicating the federal government of engineering the formation of a committee “through the Supreme Court”. All members of the committee are in favour of the farm laws, they stated.
” We don’t accept this committee. All the members in this committee have actually been pro-government. These members have actually been justifying the laws,” stated the farmers’ agents at Singhu border today.
Through the day, announcements have actually continued from Punjab’s village gurdwaras, asking farmers to reach Delhi in maximum numbers with tractor-trollies.
Sangrur’s Bhular Heri town even purchased a 2100- rupee fine on farmers who stop working to join the parade.
* Each farmer being asked to send out one tractor for Jan 26 parade. Those who can’t send will pay Rs 2,100, stopping working which they will deal with social boycott,” said among the villagers.
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