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Sunday was the 25th day of the farmers’ agitation along the Haryana and UP borders adjoining Delhi. The government invited farmers who were protesting on Sunday night to discuss the next round. The government has written a letter asking farmers to fix a date for talks.

Earlier, farmers on Sunday appealed that on 27 December, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on the radio, everyone should play a plate in their homes. Jagjit Singh Dallewala of the Bharatiya Kisan Union told that the farmers have also decided to make all toll plazas free in Haryana from December 25 to 27. At the same time, Rakesh Tikait of the union said that on December 23, Farmers Day will be celebrated. I appeal to everyone to leave a meal that day.

Farmers gave ultimatum to the administration

Meanwhile, farmer leaders agitating on Ghazipur border of UP have given a 24-hour ultimatum to Ghaziabad Administration. He has alleged that tractor-trolleys of farmers coming from the districts of the state are being seized. If this problem is not resolved in 24 hours, then they will also close the second lane of the highway.

Farmer leader VM Singh told the officers that the farmers who are carrying caps, badges and flags in their hands, are being stopped. Those who are returning home, their tractor-trolleys are being seized. He is also being taken into custody.

Additional District Magistrate Shailendra Kumar Singh of Ghaziabad and SP City-2 Gyanendra Kumar Singh came to listen to the problems of the farmers. VM Singh has given him a 24-hour ultimatum that if the problems of the farmers are not overcome, they will also close the road on the other side of National Highway-24. On this, the ADM said that by talking to the authorities soon on this issue, they will overcome it.

Farmers came out from Meerut with tractor march

Members of Hind Kisan Mazdoor Kisan Samiti from Meerut have left to join the movement. They are coming to Ghaziabad taking out the tractor march.

PM Modi reached Gurudwara Rakabganj

Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi reached Gurudwara Rakabganj Sahib in Delhi on Sunday. Here he took a bath. Their arrival was not already decided. They suddenly reached the gurdwara.

Updates

  • Home Minister Amit Shah said in a press conference during the West Bengal tour that the Agriculture Minister can meet farmers on Monday or Tuesday. There will be a discussion on ending the movement in the meeting.
  • Swaraj India Chief Yogendra Yadav said that farmers will go on hunger strike on Monday in all places of protest against the new agricultural laws.
  • Farmers of UP are agitating on Delhi’s Chilla Border. In view of this, a large number of police are stationed here. The Chilla border between Noida and Delhi has been closed for traffic.
  • Farmers’ organizations paid tribute to the farmers who lost their lives during the Protest along the Ghazipur border.
Farmers are agitating against agricultural laws on the Tikari border.

Farmers are agitating against agricultural laws on the Tikari border.

Anger in mind, tricolor in hands: A Nihang Sikh involved in the movement on the Ghazipur border.

Anger in mind, tricolor in hands: A Nihang Sikh involved in the movement on the Ghazipur border.

Turban anchor on the Singhu border

Volunteers tying the turban say that the turban is our pride.  So we are promoting it.

Volunteers tying the turban say that the turban is our pride. So we are promoting it.

A group of volunteers from Punjab has started a turban anchor on the Singhu border. Turban is being tied free to farmers here. Volunteers have also brought pugs with them. It is also being given free of cost. He says that we are telling people how the pug is tied.

Tattooed farmers for free, so that they always remember the movement

Tattoo Artists from Punjab have taken Art's help to support the peasant movement.

Tattoo Artists from Punjab have taken Art’s help to support the peasant movement.

A tattoo artist from Punjab has put a stall on the movement site. Tattoos are being made free to farmers here. Ravindra Singh, who is making tattoos, said that the objective of this initiative is to motivate farmers. This will make this movement memorable for them.

Ravindra told that I am coming from Ludhiana and doing tattoos on farmers’ hands. It is also a way to support them. Till date 30 farmers have got tattoos made. Most of them have built tractors, crops, map of Punjab and Motivational coat.

Staff arrived from hospitals in Punjab

The medical staff of different hospitals of Punjab is reaching out to help the farmers. He says that we have come here in support of the farmers. Harshadeep Kaur, a nurse at a hospital in Ludhiana, said that if someone falls ill, we are ready to treat him.

Movement in Rajasthan also gained momentum

In protest against agricultural laws, agitation is also being done in Rajasthan since 12 December. The 30×15 feet tents started on the Shahjahanpur Kheda Haryana border in Alwar, its scope has now expanded to about one kilometer.

Representatives of farmers’ organizations and farmers from Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra have also participated in the agitation in Rajasthan. Tents have been installed for them. The mercury in the night has started going below four degrees Celsius. Droplets of dew have started to accumulate in the fields, but the farmers are firm.

Command in little hands, a child practicing Gatka on the Ghazipur border.

Command in little hands, a child practicing Gatka on the Ghazipur border.

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