Farmers are building pucca house at Singhu border

New Delhi , 13/3 (AO bureau): Farmers, who have been protesting against the agricultural laws for the last 108 days on the borders of Delhi are now building pucca houses of brick. Construction work of brick houses is going on at the Singhu border. A brick wall is built all around. Right now only a wall has been erected, on which a permanent roof will also be put. Walls are being erected on the outer walls of the structure of these pucca houses with mud and concrete spices on the inner walls.

3 to 4 such pucca houses are being built on the Singhu border. Construction has started here on 10 March. At the moment, the walls of these houses are seen standing. Farmer leader Manjit Rai said that ‘where will the farmer live in the hot summer, these pucca houses are being built. The legacy of the people of Punjab is that they eat well, dress well and live well. Therefore, AC houses will be installed in it by building a permanent house. In which the elderly and the mother-in-law will remain in it.

Manjit Rai further said that ‘Yesterday the SHO of Kundali police station had come, who has stopped work. But we want to tell that this work will not stop. Pucca houses will be built here and they will remain until the government agrees to our demands. Even if we have to wait till 2024 for this.

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