As thousands of farmers continue their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march in protest against the recently passed agricultural bills by Parliament, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal said on Thursday that the protesters would not accept any political flag Don’t want to start your campaign below.
Badal said that they are united on this issue.
The SAD chief took aim at Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, saying that he had played the most role on the issue and that he should have gone to the national capital and held pressure with the central government.
“A CM’s pressure on the center matters a lot. CM can solve many things if he wants. Captain Amarinder Singh should have gone to Delhi and pressurized him by meeting with the Center. According to the news agency ANI, I want to appeal to the farmers of Haryana to support the farmers of Punjab.
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Badal, in an earlier tweet, slammed the Haryana government and the Center for suppressing the peaceful peasant movement and further said that today is “26/11 of Punjab”.
“Today, Punjab is 26/11. We are witnessing the end of the right to democratic opposition. The Akali Dal condemned the Haryana government and the Center for suppressing the peaceful peasant movement. The fight for the rights of Punjab farmers cannot be thrown against them using water cannons, ”he tweeted.
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The SAD severed ties with its ally, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), in protest against these farm laws, which were passed during the monsoon session of Parliament in September.
SAD leader and former Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal left the Modi cabinet in September, saying she was proud to stand with the farmers as her daughter and sister.
Meanwhile, farmers in the states of Haryana and Punjab took out a two-day protest march with a peaceful march, which took a violent turn with a peaceful march as the police dispersed water to disperse the protesting farmers marching towards the national capital. Used cannons and tear gas shells. . Heavy security was seen on Rohtak Jhajjar border, Delhi-Haryana border, Delhi-Gurugram and Delhi-Jammu highway.
While the Center has ensured that the new introduction of farm reforms will eliminate middlemen and allow farmers to sell their produce in commercial markets, protesters fear the new laws will allow large corporations to enter the agricultural sector and have minimal support Will allow the system of value to end (MSP).
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