Kisan Andolan Delhi Burari LIVE Update | Haryana Punjab Shetkari Delhi Chalo March Latest News Today 16th December | Supreme Court hears farmers’ application to remove them from roads; Khap of UP also came in support of this movement

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Farmers have been protesting on the Delhi border since November 26 to protest the new agriculture laws. The photo is of the lion border.

Today is the 21st day of the farmers’ agitation against the agricultural law. A petition seeking removal of farmers from Delhi will be heard in the Supreme Court today. This application was made by law student Shabh Sharma. He says the people are getting upset as the farmers’ movement has created roadblocks. The lack of social distance in places has also increased the risk of corona.

UP’s Khap Panchayat supports farmers’ movement
Many Khaps in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh have expressed support for the movement. The Khapas will join the protest on the Delhi border on December 17. This information was given by the Secretary of Akhil Khap Council, Subhash Balyan. Farmers’ organizations here say they will completely block the Chilla border between Delhi and Noida today.

Modi said that the government will remove every doubt of the farmers
During a visit to Gujarat on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the opposition was plotting to mislead the farmers. They are afraid that other farmers’ lands will be taken over. Does he also take the animal if he is contracted to take the milk from the dairy? He testified that the government was ready to resolve any doubts. Modi met Sikh organizations in Gujarat.

Inside Bhaskar: 3 plans to end, consolidate support and change the environment
Until December 9, the central government was on the backfoot regarding the peasant movement, but is now taking an aggressive stance by coming to the forefront. 3 schemes are being worked on to end the agitation.

Strategy: The government itself called the unions for discussions until the night of December 8, but became aggressive on the 9th after the proposal was rejected. “We are ready. The farmers are not sending this proposal,” he said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made this attempt to meet the people of the Sikh community in Gujarat to convey the message to the agitating Sikh community in Delhi as there are a large number of Sikhs in the movement.

Politics: This issue is being raised against farmers. The plan is to make the agitating farmers bored by waiting and build a large army of those who support the law in front of them. Duties of MPs / MLAs across the country have been imposed to prepare a list of farmers who are ready to support. In the last few days, 1 organization has also collected support. AIKCC farmer leaders VM Singh and Bakiu Bhanu have been brought to his side. The challenge for the united front is how to keep everyone united.

Atmosphere: At the beginning of the movement, farmers and organizations in every state were reaching out for support. Over the past week, the government has insisted on changing the climate. From Union Ministers to MPs and MLAs, he has entered the fray. Ministers are constantly appearing before the media and then MPs and MLAs go to the fields and explain to the farmers. At the same time, a major campaign has been launched on social media, in which it is the duty of all spokespersons and leaders to be active on social media. Videos have been posted on social media for the benefit of agricultural laws and climate change.

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