Kisan Gantantra Parade on 26th January, 12 million Indian Farmers with 96 thousand tractors protesting against the three agricultural laws.
The farmers protesting at the borders of New Delhi against the three agricultural laws imposed refused to stop or shift their tractor rally on Republic Day when the Delhi police persuaded. The Delhi police asked the farmers to shift the venue of the tractor rally to the Kundali-Manesar-Palwal expressway, but the farmers made it clear that they will not back out. Several farm union leaders have mentioned that “the farmers will undertake a tractor parade on the Outer Ring Road of Delhi on 26th January.
Earlier the farmers had also shared the route map of the tractor rally which will be taking place on the Republic Day and it is said to cover the borders that connect Delhi with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. They said that farmers from various states like Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh would be joining to be a part of the tractor rally. General Secretary of Jamhuri Kisan Sabha in Punjab, kulwant Singh Sandhu said that they have assured the police that the march would remain peaceful and there will be no disruption in the city’s peace as they will not be marching to the India Gate or Red Fort, hence the police should not stop them from conducting the peaceful march.
Farmers Ekta Union stated that the Farmers Tractor March will break the Guiness Record. In a statement issued from New Delhi, union leadership said there are 96 thousand tractors protesting on the border of the Capital of India New Delhi, Baaghi News reported.
The farmers have requested the people to support them in writing the “Most Beautiful Chapter in the History of this Planet Earth” by forwarding a text about the farmers’ protest to their contacts on social media as a contribution and repayment for the services rendered by the farmers to the citizens of our country.
One of the Bhartiya kisan Union leader, Chaudhary Joginder Ghasi Ram Nain from Haryana has mentioned that the farmers have also planned to display tableaux of different states during their Republic Day Parade.
As per the current updates the farmers have got the permission to carry on with ‘Kisan Gantantra Parade’ on 26th January with discipline and peace. They told that the Barricades will be opened and they will enter Delhi. They added that the farmers and Delhi Police have reached an agreement on the route and will work on the final decision tonight.