Farmers Celebrate Holi on Delhi Borders, Release book on farm laws

A book "In Kanuno Me Kala Kya" written by the Senior Advocate Joginder Singh Toor, Punjab & Haryana High Court, was released yesterday on the main stage of Singhu Border.

Yesterday while the whole country was drenched in Holi colors, farmers who are protesting at the Delhi Borders celebrated the festival away from their homes. Holi was observed with a smearing of gulal on the fellow farmer’s faces and cultural programs.

In the Holika Dahan program yesterday, farmers burnt copies of these three agricultural laws. The farmers said that the farmers will be able to celebrate Holi in a real sense only when the three laws will be repealed and a law will be made on the MSP. Farmers celebrated the festival of Hola Mohalla‘s program on the Singhu Border with full spirit and enthusiasm.

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The festival of Holi was celebrated specially by the women of Haryana. The women said that farmers will continue to celebrate every festival on the protest sites until the demands are met.

Farmers celebrated the festival of Holi on the Tikri border. Farmers showed strength through cultural programs on the main stage then cleaned the surrounding area as well. Farmers celebrated Holi on the Ghazipur border as well by traditional custom. A large number of people from and around Delhi also participated in the Holi festival in Ghazipur dharna.

However, in several rounds of meetings, it has been proved before the government that how dangerous is the three agricultural laws and what harm will be done to the farmers. Today, Advocate Joginder Singh Toor launched a book titled “In Kanuno Me Kala Kya”, in which the laws have been explained in a detailed manner.

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Today, Lok Kala Manch Mandi Mullampur participated in the struggle of farmers and extended their solidarity via art. The drama “Uthan da Vela” was staged by Lok Kala Manch, whose writer and director is Harkesh Chaudhary. The artists appealed to the farmers to remain strong.

A book “In Kanuno Me Kala Kya” written by the Senior Advocate Joginder Singh Toor, Punjab & Haryana High Court, was released yesterday on the main stage of Singhu Border.

 

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