Farmers tractor parade in Haryana, farmers flags on tractors along with tricolor, warning of dharna on highway from 8 am in Hisar

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Farmers tractor parade in Haryana, farmers flags on tractors along with tricolor, warning of dharna on highway from 8 am in Hisar

BKU News. The Bharatiya Kisan Union held tractor parades in many districts of the state on Republic Day to protest against the government’s failure to meet its demands. During the parade, farmers carried the tricolor of India and the Farmers Union flag on their tractors. Farmers held tractor parades in many districts of the state, including Hisar, Rohtak and Jind, and the opposition parties also supported the farmers.

Asked about insurance claim and compensation for 2022

During the tractor parade in Hisar, farmer leaders said that compensation and insurance claims for 2022 and compensation and insurance claims for Kharif 2023 should be issued. Crop compensation and insurance claims of around 2,600 farmers were to be issued. The farmers have received their money but due to technical problems in the department, they are not receiving any money. It should be remedied with immediate effect and DAP and Urea fertilizers should be supplied to rural cooperatives in time for sowing of Kharif 2024. So that the farmers don’t have to wait in line.

Demand for immediate release of claims of 72 villages

The farmers demanded that the government and administration grant them insurance claims for 72 villages with immediate effect. Only 72 villages do not have this insurance claim pending and the insurance claim for hundreds of these villages has not been paid in full. Farmers’ insurance claims should be made immediately.

The government ignores farmers

Samyukt Kisan Morcha spokesperson and farmer leader Somveer Chaudharywas said that farmers and workers decorated their tractors and held a grand parade with great enthusiasm on Republic Day. He said that the government is trying to ignore the farmer, so it is important to tell the government that the farmer is not sleeping, that he will fight to enforce his rights and that he will tell the government and the administration, that the farmer is aware of his rights. .

The administration asked for time until 7 p.m

Farmer leaders associated with the United Kisan Morcha said the protest will continue until all our demands are met. Friday was the 24th day of the strike. He said the administration had asked for a deadline of February 7 for compensation to 72 villages. If all the demands were not met, the farmers would stage a dharna on the highway in front of the mini-secretariat gate on February 8.

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