On Tuesday, farmers agitating for the cancellation of three agricultural laws on the Tikri border, celebrated Ardas Day. On this occasion, the souls of 4 farmers and a journalist who were killed in Lakhimpur Kheri were prayed for peace. Along with this, tributes were also paid to the JCOs and soldiers of the army who were martyred in Jammu and Kashmir. The farmers observed a silence of 2 minutes for his soul to rest in peace. At the same time, a candle march will also be taken out at the Tikri border in the evening.
On this occasion, the general secretary of the Bharatiya Kisan Union Haryana, Jialal said that neither the farmers nor the jawans are safe in the BJP government. The farmers said that a Kalash Yatra would be taken out on October 16 in the memory of the farmers killed in Lakhimpur Kheri. Kalash Yatra will be taken out across the country so that people can be made aware. Not only this, farmers are protesting rail roko across the country on 18 October. Until the central government repeals all three agricultural laws, this movement will continue like this. The accused of Lakhimpur Kheri case has been arrested by the police. But the father of the accused has not been removed from the post of minister till now. He has demanded the government to sack the minister, the father of the accused.
10 months movement
In fact, for about 10 and a half months, farmers have been agitating on the borders of the country’s capital Delhi. Apart from the Singhu border, farmers from all over the country are sitting on the Tikri border. But there is a deadlock of talks between the government and farmer leaders, which is not taking the name of opening. In such a situation, how the movement will end, only time will tell. Many farmers involved in the movement have also died. Despite this, so far no solution has been found for the three agricultural laws.