Ghaziabad5 minutes agoAuthor: Sachin Sharma
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Jalebis are being distributed at Ghazipur border since morning. The farmers have called the return of the agriculture law a big victory.
Prime Minister Modi has announced to repeal all three agriculture laws. Let us take you to that Ghazipur border, where farmers first started dharna. The view of Ghazipur border has changed completely. Jalebis are being distributed here since morning. The farmers called it a big victory. However, he also says that the day Parliament decides to repeal all three laws, it will be considered a complete victory.
Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, is not present at the Ghazipur border. He has gone to Mumbai to address a farmers’ meeting. BJP state president Rajveer Singh Jadaun is also in Lucknow. Where preparations are being finalized for the Mahapanchayat of 22 November. Gaurav Tikait, son of BKU national president Naresh Tikait, is busy in the Ganga fair for the last two days.
After the decision of the PM on the Ghazipur border, a large number of farmers have gathered.
Welcomed Modi’s decision
Ramesh Malik (63), a farmer from village Kajikheda in Muzaffarnagar, is present in the ongoing dharna on the Ghazipur border since day one. Ramesh Malik says that when he came to the border on the first night, there were no tents. The night was spent amidst the cold in the open sky. He used to say from the beginning that a solution will definitely be found for this movement. Today that day has come. He welcomed the decision of PM Modi.
Police gathering on the border
After the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the agitation of the farmers has increased on the Ghazipur border. For security, the police force of SP City Gyanendra Singh and Kaushambi police station is present. Police have gathered here since morning. Everyone is busy discussing the Prime Minister’s decision on all three agricultural laws.
After a year, the glow on the face
There is a lot of activity in the roadside tents and tents on the Ghazipur border. Most of the farmers are either present near the stage or they have gathered near the Kisan Kranti Gate. After a year, the face of the farmers is visible.
just won on one front
Surendra Singh, who is on the border, has written 115 poems on the farmers’ movement.
Surendra Singh, a resident of village Hurthala in Shikarpur area of Bulandshahr district, has also come to the Ghazipur border. He has written 115 poems so far on Farmer’s Protest. On the announcement of the Prime Minister, Surendra Singh said that the scared government has realized that they are wrong. Said, the government has given all the wounds, but now only one wound has been bandaged. Right now the farmers have won only on one front. There is victory on all fronts.