Farmers protesting against three central agriculture laws since last November will start Kisan Sansad at Jantar Mantar in the national capital today. He said that every day during the Parliament session there will be agitation in groups of 200.
Ten key things you should know about the movement:
The Delhi government and the police had agreed to stage a sit-in to the farmers yesterday. farmers’ parliament At Jantar Mantar from today to August 9 from 11 am to 5 pm. For this, changes were made in the disaster management rules of the state. The farmers have been told that the COVID protocol should be strictly followed.
About 200 farmers will reach from Singhu border post every day. The police will take them to Jantar Mantar.
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The protesters plan to follow parliamentary norms and procedures with a speaker, a deputy speaker, a tea break etc. Political activist Yogendra Yadav has said, “We will show how Parliament is conducted.”
The participants will be carrying ID cards and will be taken back to Singhu by the police every day after the protest.
The farmers have said that if they are stopped from protesting, they will be ready for arrest. Farmer groups have asked members to be prepared for up to six months in jail.
To avoid a repeat of the January 26 violence, the police have stepped up vigil and made arrangements to deal with any untoward incident.
He has asked the Delhi Metro to keep extra vigil at seven stations and close them if needed. Policemen posted in special units have been asked to bring their uniforms. Off duty personnel must report within an hour when called.
Police have said that due to the agitation, traffic on several roads of Delhi will be affected.
The police have made arrangements to prevent the entry of miscreants from Tikri border point.