Farmers from Across the country are protesting against the three farm laws passed by Narendra Modi led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government for 135 days as of today. Farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have been sitting at the four borders of Delhi in protest and are demanding the repeal of these ‘anti-farmer’ laws and are demanding legalisation of Minimum Support Price (MSP). However as several farmer leaders have noted in the past the central government has stopped interacting with the farmers and are not ready to listen to the demands of the protesting farmers.
Against this backdrop (SKM) is adopting following strategies to continue the movement and intensify it:
Today, on April 10, the Kundli–Manesar–Palwal (KMP)-Kundli–Ghaziabad–Palwal (KGP) Expressways will be blocked for 24 hours (from 8 am to 8 am of April 11) as a warning to the government.
On April 13, the foundation day of Khalsa Panth will be celebrated on the borders of Delhi and at the same time, there will be programs in honour of the martyrs on the anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
‘Save Constitution Day’ and ‘Kisan Bahujan Unity Day’ will be celebrated on 14 April. On this day, all the stages of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha will be managed by agitators of Bahujan Samaj and all the speakers will also be Bahujan.
– In their spirit of hatred and division, BJP leaders can perform various programs in Haryana by presenting farmers and labourers as enemies. We appeal to all Dalit-Bahujans and farmers to protest against these forces while remaining peaceful.
– On this day, the Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana is deliberately organising a program in Kaithal. We appeal to the farmers and Dalit-Bahujan to protest against this event by reaching maximum numbers while remaining peaceful.
Honoring the participation and dedication of the local people in this movement, on April 18, local people will be honoured on the stages and the responsibility of managing the stage will also be given to the local people.
On April 20, on the birth anniversary of Dhanna Bhagat, the soil will be brought to the borders of Delhi from his village Doha Kalan and programs will be held on the Tiki Border stage in his memory.
On the April 24, 2021 on completion of 150 days of this movement at Delhi borders, week-long special programs will be organised in which along with farmers and labourers, employees, youth, traders, students and other organizations will be called to join the Delhi Morcha.
In the last week of April, there will be a National convention of organizations supporting the farmers movement across the country, in which plans will be made to intensify this movement nationwide.
The exact date and preparation of the Parliament march will be announced after the next meeting of the morcha.