Farmers Movement : More than 200 farmers leave for Ghazipur border

A large number of farmers from the area left for Ghazipur to strengthen the ongoing farmers' movement in the Ghazipur border

Farmers Movement : More than 200 farmers leave for Ghazipur border

A large number of farmers from the area left for Ghazipur to strengthen the ongoing farmers' movement in the Ghazipur border. State President Karam Singh Padda and Vice President Dr. Ganesh Upadhyay flagged off this batch of farmers. Every month hundreds of farmers from Bajpur leave for Ghazipur to strengthen the farmers' movement.

In this sequence, farmers gathered at Gurdwara Singh Sabha Bajpur under the leadership of BKU State President Karam Singh Padda and Vice President Dr. Ganesh Upadhyay. Here both the farmer leaders flagged off the batch. About 200 farmers left for Ghazipur in private vehicles. Karm Singh Padda said that the central government has forcibly imposed these laws on the farmers.

Ganesh Upadhyay said that the farmers would protest at Jantar Mantar in protest against these black laws and the agitation would continue till these black laws were not withdrawn. Prem Singh Sahota, Daljit Singh Randhawa, Kulwinder Singh Kinda, Pratap Singh Sandhu, Mandeep Narwal, Sunny Nijjar, Vicky Randhawa, Bablu Namdhari, Mahipal were present on the occasion.