- Farmers are adopting this method to oppose agricultural laws
- Bijnor farmer destroyed crop standing on four bighas of land
- He posted a video of this on social media
Kisan Aandolan: Farmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor district have become angry over the opposition to the Agricultural Laws Bill. Today again a farmer has four bighas Destroy the standing crop of wheat Is done. This farmer says that yesterday, Sohit, a farmer of Kulchane village, had destroyed his standing wheat crop, at the same time I also announced to destroy his crop. The farmer is very angry and is also talking about setting fire to his standing crop. The farmer has posted the video on social media by destroying the tall crop in 4 bigha land through tractor.
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The farmers have devised a new way of opposing the agricultural bill, they have started destroying their standing crop by running a tractor. On Sunday too, a farmer in village Kulchana of Chandpur police station in the district, Sohit Ahlawat, had ruined his 5 bigha wheat wheat crop with a tractor. Sohit said that in opposition to the Agricultural Law Bill, the wheat crop has been completely destroyed. Similarly today, Tony, a farmer of Telipura village of Nagina tehsil of Bijnor district, has destroyed a tractor by running a tractor over his standing tall wheat crop. Tony says, “Until the Modi government withdraws the agricultural bill, it will continue to protest in the same way.” The farmer also says that right now, they are destroying standing crops, if the need arises, entire crops of one year will also be set on fire.
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Meanwhile, in connection with the matter of plowing the wheat crop by the farmers of the district, the state president of Bhakuyu youth has appealed that no one should destroy the standing crop of the farmer. Digambar has also expressed grief to the farmers of Soil Ahlawat of Kulchana, Tony of Telipura and farmer of Bhaisi village of Muzaffarnagar who destroyed the wheat crop. Digambar said, ‘Order Rakesh Tikait. On the call of Tikait, farmers will also set fire to their standing crops.
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