New Delhi : The agitation of farmers of the states of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh has not stopped even on the 17th day who are demanding the repeal of three central agricultural laws. Farmers have warned to stop trains in protest against the agricultural laws. Railway administration has become cautious on this. Special monitoring is being done in the area adjoining Punjab as well as Haryana and Delhi-NCR.
Farmers of Rajasthan will travel on Sunday to join the protest, demanding the repeal of agricultural laws. According to the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee, the farmers of Rajasthan will come to Delhi with ration and bedding. In the process of traveling to Delhi, all the farmers will gather at Kotputli in Jaipur district on Saturday and then from Delhi, they will travel on the Jaipur-Delhi highway on Sunday. After this, on December 14, farmers will protest in the state. Farmer leader Tara Singh Sidhu says that the farmers will leave the house by arranging ration and bedding, so that every situation can be faced.
Meanwhile, in connection with making toll free, on Saturday, the Indian Farmers Union has made the Sirsa toll of Peripheral Expressway in Gautam Budhnagar a toll free, after which vehicles are passing on the toll without paying toll. Meanwhile, news is coming that farmers will also block the Delhi-Jaipur and Delhi-Agra highway and make toll points free.