On the event of seventy fifth Independence Day, ex-servicemen on Sunday held a march on the Singhu border the place protesting farmers are celebrating ‘Kisan Mazdoor Azadi Sangram Diwas’.
Veteran farmer chief Satnam Singh hoisted the Tricolour on the Singhu border and a few cultural programmes are additionally lined up, farmer chief Raminder Singh Patiala stated.
“Satnam Singh (85) hoisted the Tricolour at 11 am, following which the previous servicemen marched of their clothes. College students of DAV faculty in Jalandhar will carry out ‘Bhangra’ for round one-and-a-half-hour,” he stated.
The programme will conclude round 3 to 4 pm.
Jamhuri Kisan Sabha basic secretary Kulwant Singh stated ‘Kisan Mazdoor Azadi Sangram Diwas’ is being celebrated throughout the nation.
“The ex-servicemen marched from the KFC restaurant until the primary stage on the Singhu border. ‘Kisan Mazdoor Azadi Sangram Diwas’ is being celebrated throughout the nation the place persons are hoisting flags in assist of the farmers,” Patiala stated.
One other chief stated the nationwide flag was additionally hoisted on the Tikri border.
He stated there will likely be a ‘Tiranga yatra’ on the Ghazipur border.
“We hoisted the flag at 8 within the morning. A ‘Tiranga yatra’ of 500 bikes from Hapur will attain the Ghazipur border at round 2 pm to have fun the independence day,” Dharmendra Malik of Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) stated.
Farmers from completely different components of the nation have been protesting in opposition to the three legal guidelines since November final 12 months.
Whereas the farmers have expressed apprehension over the legal guidelines casting off the Minimal Help Value system, leaving them on the mercy of huge companies, the federal government has been projecting the legal guidelines as main agricultural reforms. Over 10 rounds of talks have failed to interrupt the impasse between the 2 events.