Farmers’ organizations have announced that nationwide high-way will be jammed on November 5. Representatives of more than 500 organizations, including the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC), attended the meeting held in Delhi on Tuesday. After the meeting, in a statement issued by the coordination committee, it was told that on November 5, a decision has been taken to jam the high-way across the country.
‘Delhi Chalo’ movement too: It has also been decided in the meeting of farmers organizations that ‘Delhi Chalo’ agitation will be organized on 26-27 November. The statement of the Co-ordination Committee said, “Our main demand will be the demand to withdraw the three agricultural laws brought recently. Along with this, demand for refund of electricity bill 2020 will also be made. A large number of farmers will gather and place these demands in front of the government.
A committee has also been formed to lead this nationwide movement, which will include faces like VM Singh, Balbir Singh, Gurnam Singh, Raju Shetty and Yogendra Yadav. This committee will stop the high-way stop of November 5 and the Delhi Chalo movement of November 26-27.
Criticism of stopping the goods train: In addition to outlining the future, the farmers’ meeting opposed to stopping the goods train in Punjab. The farmers said that this is a decision to blackmail the people of Punjab and the farmer. Explain that the farmers in Punjab sat on the railway tracks protesting against the agricultural laws, for a long time, the rail roko movement was launched. There was a shortage of goods in Punjab. When the Punjab government requested the protesting farmers to vacate the railway track, the farmers agreed to empty the track for the goods train. Despite this, the central government banned the sending of goods trains to Punjab.