Rohtak: As Republic Day excitement continues across the country, farmers, sons of the soil, are forced to fight for their demands. On the one hand, the entire country will be watching the Republic Day parade in Delhi since morning, but on the other hand, farmers will express their anger by staging a tractor parade. In such a situation, the administration will face a big challenge because on one side there will be Republic Day celebrations and on the other side there will be farmers’ tractor parade. In such a situation, there may be chaos in the city that is not easy to manage.
Farmers are calling for tractor parades in 500 districts of the country
All India Kisan Sabha district president Preet Singh said that the United Kisan Morcha and Central Trade Unions have been looking into the matter in view of the pending issues faced by farmers, including passing a law to guarantee crop purchase at MSP and the repeal of the Electricity Amendment Act to pay tribute to the martyred farmers of Lakhimpur Kheri. A tractor march will be carried out demanding justice, debt relief and a stop to looting of farmers under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. A call was made to hold tractor parades in 500 districts of the country. Labor organizations will also take part.
The tractor march begins at 12 p.m. at the grain market
All India Kisan Sabha general secretary Sumit Dalal said a public awareness campaign was conducted in more than 50 villages about the tractor parade in Rohtak. On the occasion of Republic Day in Rohtak, farmers gather at the grain market at 12 noon. From there, tractor march will be carried out from Bhiwani Chungi, Old Bus Stand, Chaudhary Chhotu Ram Chowk, Ambedkar Chowk, Mansarovar Park, Medical Mode to Delhi Bypass. Kisan Morcha called upon the citizens of the city, public organizations, social organizations, students, women and youth organizations to participate and make the parade a success. Farmers’ tractors, carts and motorcycles will take part in the parade.