Farmers Protest: Hundreds of supporters of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee defending the Kovid-19 Protocol and Lockdown in Punjab protested against the new Agricultural Laws in Punjab We are preparing to speed up. Women and elders are also included in these supporters. These people gathered in Beas town of Amritsar district on Wednesday before reaching the Indus border of Delhi. These people left dozens of tractor-trailers, cars, and tempo from the bridge on Beas river on Amritsar-Delhi National Highway without any investigation by the police.
More than 30 people were seen sitting in some trailers. Before starting the yatra, supporters gathered and raised slogans against the Center and some industry houses. The protesters hope that they will reach Delhi on Thursday. Deputy Commissioner Gurpreet Singh Khaira was asked why no action was taken against the protesters under the Kovid Guidelines? To this, he said, “Report will be sought from Dhruv Dahiya, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Amritsar (Rural). Whatever legal action will be taken in the case, it will be discussed with the SSP. ”
One of the corona hotspots in the state of Amritsar
Amritsar city of Punjab is one of the corona hotspots of the state. There are more than 5,000 active cases of corona here and 1,094 deaths have taken place so far. On Tuesday, 674 new cases were registered in the district. KMSC leaders have been holding meetings in the villages since last week to garner support in the movement. The farmers’ organization was asked why are those people intensifying the movement at a time when the country is facing the second deadly wave of Corona infection?
‘Center will be responsible if farmers suffer any loss’
To this, KMSC General Secretary Shravan Singh Pandher said, “If there is any loss to the farmers due to coronavirus, then only the Center will be responsible. We have been forced to live on the streets because the Center is not accepting our demands. If our demands are met then we will go home immediately. ”
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