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Protest Leaders Planning To Raise Crowds At UP Gate

Protest leaders planning to raise crowds at UP Gate: Farmer Protest.

Concerns have been seen on the forehead of the protesters who have been staging a protest at the UP gate since November 28 against the three agricultural laws.

Leaders of the protest are now trying to mobilize the dharna. For this, they are putting all kinds of tricks. These people are constantly going to different places and meeting with the people and appealing to them to come to the protest site.

Other leaders of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, including Rakesh Tikait, national spokesperson of Bhakiyu, are constantly touring the area. However, there is no visible impact of his appeal.

Let us know that since the nuisance in Delhi on 26 January, most of the protesters left the picket site. After this, due to the increasing heat, people are going to their homes.

This is the reason that the crowd of people at the picket is constantly decreasing.

Along with this, the protesting leaders are constantly urging people to come to the dharna, but their appeal is not getting much effect. Due to this, the protesting leaders are feeling very upset.

Meanwhile, in view of the damage caused by the agitation, farmers came on the road on Monday.

The farmers of Delhi’s village Jhadoda Kalan had also blocked four hours and shouted slogans on the Mungeshpur drain bridge on Najafgarh-Bahadurgarh road at 10 am demanding the opening of the border.

During this time, his target was Rakesh Tikait, spokesman of the Indian Farmers Union. He said that it is due to Rakesh Tikait that we are forced to bear the loss.

Moujiram who participated in the demonstration said that Jhadoda Kalan village has the support of all the villages of Delhi on this issue.

Due to the jam, the movement between Haryana and Delhi was interrupted due to the long jam. Vehicle drivers were coming to Delhi via the fields.

Meanwhile, Delhi Police officials assured the agitating farmers that the border would be opened after three days.

After this, the farmers removed the jam at two o’clock in the afternoon but warned that if the border is not opened after three days, they will open the border themselves.

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