Farmers Gheraoed Hisar airport, prohibit Haryana Dy CM Dushyant Chautala chopper from landing

Farmer organizations appeal to MP and MLAs to support the farmers' movement including resignation from their posts.


Peaceful social boycott of the leaders of BJP and its allies by farmers continues.

Today, when Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana Dushyant Chautala reached Hisar, there was fierce opposition from the farmers. Farmers did not let the helicopter of the anti-farmer Dushyant Chautala take off.

Farmers gheraoed and protested against Pilibangan MLA Dharmendra Singh at Dabli toll plaza in Hanumangarh, Rajasthan. Farmers said that at the time of the vote, they become very friendly to the farmers and other people, but today when the farmers are struggling, he is standing against them.

Farmers organisations are requesting the MPs of BJP and its allies and other elected representatives to support the farmers’ movement. Samyukta Kisan Morcha appeals to these leaders that they can support the movement in any form including resignation from their posts.

32 Kisan organisations of Punjab and Samyukta Kisan Morcha have decided to move ahead with Lakha Sidhana and the associated youth force to intensify the farmers’ movement. We thank all the organizations, leaders, Sikh thinkers, sportspersons, artist community who have resolved this issue to strengthen the farmers’ struggle.

FCI Bachao Diwas (Save FCI Day) on 5th April

FCI Bachao Divas will be marked on 5th April on the call of Samyukta Kisan Morcha. Under this, FCI offices across the country will be gheraoed from 11 am to 6 pm. Farmers demand that there should be a guaranteed procurement of all crops and the ration system should work transparently and regularly. Farmer organisations appeal to the farmers and the general public that it is a matter of future for both food-growers and food-eaters, so take part in this protest in large number.

Mitti Satyagrah Yatra reaches Rajasthan

Under Mitti Satyagrah Yatra, a yatra started from Dandi in Gujarat reached Bichhiwada in Dungarpur, Rajasthan. Connecting with many villages and cities in Gujarat, the second yatra started from the Barwani district of Madhya Pradesh. After reaching Neemuch, this yatra reached Bichhiwada on the morning of April 1, where a meeting has been held among the tribal farmers.

Passing through the Sikar of Rajasthan, the soil will be collected from the historic land of Mansa and Sunam in Punjab. With mobilizing people from villages of Haryana, this Yatra will be reaching protest sites at the borders of Delhi. Martyr memorials will be built on all borders.

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April 2024



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