TAD NewsDesk, New Delhi: The protesting farmers in Delhi against the Centre farm laws are marching with a tractor parade on 26th of January, 2021. This would be an event which would go along with the Republic day celebrations in the country.
Sanyukt Kisan Morcha, which is spearheading the farmers’ protests at Delhi borders said,
“Remember, our aim is not to conquer Delhi, but to win over the hearts of the people of this county.”
With the Delhi Police permitting the protesters to enter Delhi from three border points in Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur, the farmers’ union leaders issued a detailed guideline for the protesters taking part in the tractor parade.
“We are about to make history. Never before in history have the people of this Republic been part of a parade of this nature on the Republic Day. Through this parade we have to tell the country and the world about our plight. We have to bring forth the truth about the three anti-farmer laws. We’ve to take care that this historical parade is not stained at any cost. Our victory lies in the parade being taken out in a very peaceful manner; without any unwanted events taking place.”
The Morcha also warned protesters against rumours and urged them not to fall prey to any unverified news. Use of any drugs before or during the parade is prohibited and any one found in possession or consuming drugs will be reported.
Moreover, the Morcha added,
“Our intent is to gracefully carry out the parade and win hearts of our fellow citizens. The policemen are also part of us, we must not indulge in any quarrels. Representatives of all news channels must be respected. Please do not pollute the surroundings by throwing garbage on roads. You are kindly advised to carry a bag for disposal of waste.”
Arrangements has also been made with the hospitals to deal with any uncalled emergency during the parade.
The 24/7 helpline contact for the Morcha is as follows:
The farmers are claiming this to be a peaceful mark of protest on their part while there is misinformation according to them which calls this rally a disruptive force.
Source: Deccan Herald