Farmers announced to postpone march to Delhi till 29th February, will take out candle march today – Bollywood Keeda

New Delhi , The agitating farmers have postponed their march to Delhi till 29th February regarding MSP and other demands. United Kisan Morcha made this announcement on Friday evening.

So far, four farmers including Shubhakaran have died in this movement. In whose memory farmers will take out a candle march. After this, on 25th February, farmers across the country will be made aware by holding a conference on WTO at Shambhu and Khanauri border. After this, on 26th February, effigies of WTO will be burnt in all the villages in the country in the morning.

While talking to the media at Khanauri border, United Kisan Morcha and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha have announced the future strategy. Farmers will not go to Delhi till 29th February. Farmers told that on February 24, a candle march will be taken out in the evening across the country. After this, an effort will be made to make farmers across the country aware by holding a conference on WTO on Shambhu and Khanauri border on 25th February. A national level meeting of both the forums will be called on 27th February at Shambhu and Khanauri border. In this meeting, upcoming major decisions of the farmers’ movement will be announced.

Farmer dies of heart attack Meanwhile, one of the farmers camping on the Khanauri border died of a heart attack. Kisan Mazdoor Morcha (KMM) leader Sarwan Singh Pandher said that 62-year-old Darshan Singh, resident of Amargarh village of Bathinda district, died. According to Pandher, before this two more farmers had died due to heart attack.

The family of the deceased farmer will get one crore

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann announced Rs 1 crore as compensation to the family of farmer Shubhakaran Singh, who was killed on the Khanauri border, and a government job to his sister. Mann once again reiterated that those responsible for the farmer’s death will not be spared. At the same time, farmer leaders said that the last rites of Shubhakaran Singh will not be performed until the Punjab government files an FIR against those responsible for the incident.

What are the demands of the farmers?

The number of farmers still at Shambhu border is more than 10 thousand. The number of tractors and other vehicles in this is also more than a thousand. Farmers are demanding pension for farmers and agricultural laborers along with implementation of the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission. Farmers demand that there should not be any increase in electricity rates. Police should withdraw all the cases against farmers and also the victims of 2021 Lakhimpur Kheri violence should get justice.

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