From Delhi to Maharashtra and Karnataka, the mixed effect of the farmers’ Bharat Bandh is visible. Political parties have also taken a front in this war against agricultural law. Bharat Bandh has been called today by farmers against agricultural law. Farmers’ organizations have been standing on the borders of Delhi for a long time and in the meantime, a nationwide drive is being jammed before the discussion with the government tomorrow. Political parties have come out in support of Bharat Bandh on a large scale, the effect of which is seen from Delhi to UP, Rajasthan, Bengal, and other states. Check out the latest updates about Bharat Bandh …
The farmers have been stuck on the borders of Delhi for the last 13 days. The farmers here have completely blocked the wheel. Farmers have taken a stand on the Ghazipur-Ghaziabad border, the Indus border, and other parts. Farmers are only allowing vehicles connected to the emergency service.
In Delhi itself, the Aam Aadmi Party made a big charge on the Delhi Police. AAP said that since yesterday, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has been detained and is not allowed to go out. However, the police termed this claim as false.
Congress workers demonstrated at the BJP office in Jaipur, Rajasthan. During this time, there was a clash between the BJP and Congress workers and there was stone-pelting. Security has been enhanced in different cities of Rajasthan.
RJD workers demonstrated in Patna, Bihar, and set fire to tires. Apart from Patna, RJD workers demonstrated in other cities including Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga. Pappu Yadav’s party also took to the streets in Bihar itself.
Mixed effect of Bharat Bandh has been seen in Uttar Pradesh. Section 144 has been imposed in some places in Lucknow, while in Prayagraj, SP workers stopped the train in the morning. In western UP, however, the farmers ‘shutdown has a major impact and farmers’ organizations are on the streets.
Trade unions in Bengal took out a march in support of the farmers. At the same time, Congress leaders in Karnataka supported the Bharat Bandh of farmers outside the assembly. In Kalburgi, Karnataka, Left supporters demonstrated outside the bus station.
Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha, and other southern states also showed the effect of Bharat Bandh. Left unions stopped trains at many places here. In some cities of Maharashtra, the effect of Bharat Bandh was seen, in many places the market opened like every day. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut targeted the government and said that India is not a closed political issue but the voice of the people.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi targeted the government through social media. Rahul said that PM Modi, stop stealing from farmers. Congress workers also staged protests in different places in Delhi.
Farmers’ India bandh will continue till three o’clock. After that, the farmers will brainstorm on a meeting with the government to be held tomorrow. The sixth round is to be held between the farmers and the government on Wednesday.