New Delhi, 14/1 (AO Bureau): Farmers angry with the new Farm Laws are going to have 50 days of demonstrating protest on the Delhi Borders. Even after passing for more than 6 weeks, no agreement has been reached between the farmers and the government. Amidst the agitation being organized by the farmers, there is news that the farmers will not take out a tractor rally on January 26 at the Red Fort. It has been said by the farmer’s organization that now the farmers will take out a rally on the Delhi border itself. Explain that Bharatiya Kisan Union (Rajewal Group) leader Balbir Singh Rajewal has clarified in an open letter to the farmers that the tractor march will be only on the Haryana-New Delhi border. The farmers have no intention of taking out a tractor rally at the Red Fort. Rajewal has also asked those farmers who were trying to take out a tractor march outside the Red Fort. Please tell that even the farmers’ organizations are not satisfied with the decision of the Supreme Court Committee. Farmers in different parts of the country lit copies of the Agricultural Law on Lohri and appealed to intensify the movement.
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