How Many Farmers Died In Protest? 500+ Punjab Farmer’s Death In Protest: Reports: The protesters farmers are facing many climatic issues but their strengths are bigger in front of these challenges. Having weathered hail, rain, bone-chilling cold, and even the blazing heat, over the past 333 days, the protest of the farmers against the three central farm laws are still going on at the doorstep of the national capital, Delhi. There is not even a hint of any abatement in intensity. The farmers who are protesting say that more than 600 activists passed away at the time of the protests, they were going to stay put on the Ghazipur, Singhu, and Tikri borders of Delhi till the Centre canceled the three contentious farm laws. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
How Many Farmers Died In Protest?
On Tuesday, the protests on the Delhi borders will complete 11 months. On 26th November 2020, farmers from the state of Punjab had reached Tikri and Sindhu borders after a showdown with Haryana Police. Ever since they have protested and stayed there. Not only this, but groups of farms have also put into motion Mission Uttar Pradesh, a campaign goal at making sure that the BJP does not come to power in this populous state.
The protest/struggle has been facing propaganda free by the ruling party, as stated by the activists. In the elections of West Bengal, farm activists or protestors had campaigned against the political party “Bharatiya Janta Party”. The success of a Kisan Mahapanchayat at Muzzafarnagar earlier and a plan to hold another Mahapanchayat in the Lucknow City on 22nd November has added to the ruling woes of the party, claimed farm activists.
Darshan Pal, the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) said that “Several conspiracies are being formulated to break or stop the protest, but are farmers are countering and vigilant these. The execution of a person by Nihang Sikhs at Singhu border, Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar making the assertion that many farm organizations are in the favour of the laws and it seems like the struggle will die down soon, and lately asserts by a group of a Punjab ex-CM Amarinder Singh that they were in touch with top leaders of farm groups ad the protest will end soon, all part of the disagreements to deflect attention and reason dissensions in the unity of the farmers.”
Farmers stated they expected more such things in the future. They stated that the BJP government in Haryana had been already doing this, either by asking certain groups of individuals to demand the road to Delhi be get out of or asking its activists to ready groups of up to 1,000 people to attack the protesters. BKU (Ekta Dakaunda) the general secretary Jagmohan Singh stated in the last 11 months, several examples had come in front showcasing the efforts of the government to weaken the mandi system which forced protestors to nourish into a distress sale of many commodities without the support from the government.