• Agitated farmers again agreed to shout
  • Plan to reach Delhi border on 11-12 May
  • However, the national convention postponed after seeing Corona

New Delhi:

Legislative Assembly elections of five states or already running Corona VirusĀ  in the midst of protests against the agricultural law on the Delhi borders, farmers are constantly seen making their strategies. Now the farmers have planned to mobilize once again in large numbers on the border. This is when there was a news recently that in Farmers Protest a woman sitting , died from Corona. According to the information shared by the United Kisan Morcha, on May 11 and 12, a large number of farmers of Punjab will gather at different borders of Punjab Haryana and reach Delhi border from there. Along with this, farmers of Haryana will also reach Delhi from different places by joining these batches. However, agitating peasant leaders have indicated their willingness to hold talks with the central government again.

National Convention postponed to 10 May
In fact, the National Convention to be held on May 10 was postponed in the General Assembly of the United Kisan Morcha held yesterday. At the same time, its next date will be announced in the next meeting of the United Kisan Morcha. The purpose of this convention was to strengthen the farmer movement at the national level and establish co-ordination. On the other hand, amidst the increasing cases of Corona, the farmers leaders sitting on the Ghazipur border have decided that the oxygen level of the farmers at the movement site will be checked from time to time.

Doctors stationed at movement site to rescue from Corona
The team of doctors at the movement will continuously monitor the farmers, if any farmer gets symptoms of corona then he will be sent for treatment. However, till now all farmers are health. The doctors attached to the Progressive Medical and Scientists Front, Delhi on the Ghazipur border will provide medical services here in the evening and will monitor the health of the farmers at the movement site. Significantly, farmers have made good arrangements at the Ghazipur border to deal with the scorching heat.


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