If farmers evicted from protest site, they will protest at PM residence:BKU leader

New Delhi, 1/11: Senior Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Gurnam Singh Chaduni on Sunday said that protesting farmers would move to the PM’s residence if there is any attempt to forcibly evict them from the protest sites on Delhi’s borders.


According to a report by The Indian Express, Chaduni made the remarks while touring Haryana’s Karnal.


Chaduni’s remarks came in the wake of the Delhi Police removing barricades at the protest sites to ease traffic on the highways, in accordance with a Supreme Court order. While many farmers initially felt vindicated, some, like Chaduni, were skeptical of the move.


“The government has been trying to open the borders for the past many days. There is afratafri (chaos) among the people. There are talks that the government will get the roads cleared before Diwali. We would like to warn the government that it should not be mistaken,” the publication quoted Chadunai as saying in a video message.

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