Farmers protesting towards the three farm legal guidelines at Ghazipur border will stage a “Soil Satyagraha” by coming into the border with soil from 800 villages throughout 33 districts of Gujarat, Tuesday morning.
A farmer from the Bharatiya Kisan Union on the website instructed The Indian Express, “The farmers shall be accompanied by BKU spokesperson and farmer leader from west UP Rakesh Tikait, Yudhveer Singh and others at UP Gate from 9-11am. This is being done as a sign of protest.”
Tikait, who has emerged because the chief representing farmers of west UP and has been campaigning throughout varied states for the previous few months to assemble extra assist towards the legal guidelines, was in Gujarat on Sunday. He mentioned then at a public assembly, which had the attendance of AAP employees as effectively, that the explanation behind his Gujarat go to was the detention of Bharatiya Kisan Union nationwide common secretary Yudhvir Singh and different farmer leaders in Ahmedabad after they had tried to carry a press convention within the metropolis, as reported by The Indian Express.
Protesting farmers have been at three borders in Delhi – Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur — for 4 months, demanding that the three farm legal guidelines handed by the Centre be repealed. While the variety of protesters has been dwindling within the ongoing harvest season, many protesters have stayed again at protest websites.