For more than two months now India has been witnessing a historical movement organized by the farmers. Even though Delhi borders have become the central stage for the movement, and farmers from Punjab and Haryana are taking an active part, the movement has always been that of all the farmers of the country. There have been serial protests against the three laws across the country. The preparations are underway for the peaceful tractor rally on January 26, 2021. States in South India are enthusiastically preparing for the solidarity event in a big way. Darshan Pal, a leader of Sanyukt Kisan Morcha congratulated the farmers of the southern India.
Farmers of all the districts and all the Taluks of Karnataka are getting ready to be part of this movement.
On the 23rd of this month, when farmers were staging protests in Belagavi, the police, RTO officers, and other govt officers threatened to stop the protests.This couldn’t deter the farmers however, as they are going ahead with their protests.
The farmers and youth from across the state of Karnataka are marking their presence in these protests. The youth of Patriotic Youth Movement carried out a cycle jatha/rally in Sindhur taluk and Raichur district.
Farmers from Teerthahalli taluk have come together in large numbers to stage the protest. There are many such examples from South India, strengthening the movement with their strong participation. From Kodagu, already hundreds of vehicles have started to participate in the parade in Bengaluru. Farmers who grow all the different crops of Karnataka and all the progressive forces in the state, have come together for this struggle under the banner of Samyuka Hoarata, marking Karnataka as an example of unity among people.
Farmers of Chitradurga district are on the way to Delhi to join the protests in Tikri border and Shahajahanpur border. Similar developments have been happening in other southern states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh. So we can proudly say that the Kisan Parade on 26th is not just going to happen in Delhi but in all the other places in India.