Two farmers organizations separated from protest against farm laws due to violence in Delhi


Two farmers’ organizations separated from the peasant movement – File photo

new Delhi:

A day after the violence that took place during the tractor parade in the national capital, two farmers’ organizations broke away on Wednesday from the agitation on Delhi’s borders against three new agricultural laws at the center. Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) President Thakur Bhanu Pratap Singh told reporters that he is deeply saddened by what happened during the tractor parade on Republic Day in the national capital and his union has ended its protest.

Also read

SHO injured in violence heard Aapbeeti, said farmers had weapons

Farmers associated with Bhakiyu (Bhanu) were protesting at the Chilla border on the Noida-Delhi route. KVM Singh of ‘All India Kisan Sangharsh Co-ordination Committee’ said that his organization is getting separated from the current movement because they cannot move forward in such protests in which the direction of some is different.


Congress has targeted the Center, ‘Amit Shah is directly responsible for the violence, dismiss him PM

Violent scenes arose during the tractor parade that took place on the streets of the national capital on Tuesday to underline the farmers’ demands. A large number of fierce protesters broke the barrier and reached the Red Fort and placed a religious flag on its rampart where the tricolor of India is hoisted. During the tractor parade, the ITO of Delhi looked like a conflict zone where angry protesters were seen damaging vehicles.

(This news has not been edited by the NewsBust team. It is published directly from the Syndicate feed.)


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here