One lakh emails to go out to President; farmers’ ‘Solidarity Day’ today

One lakh emails to go out to President; farmers’ ‘Solidarity Day’ today

PROTESTING AGAINST the Centre for suspending freight trains in geographic region, the All Indian Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) has declared it’ll observe ‘Solidarity Day’ on Th against the “repression of geographic region peasantry”.

The decision was created by farmer unions once an internet meeting of the AIKSCC Wed evening. “One hundred thousand emails are going to be sent to the President, difficult immediate beginning of products trains. These emails are going to be sent by individuals from all walks of lives as well as farmers, from across the country. AIKSCC has powerfully protested against the vindictive step of the Modi government of not permitting operations of products trains and therefore preventing offer of fertilisers, coal and different essential product to blackmail individuals of geographic region and unleash repression on the peasant struggle in geographic region,” aforementioned V M Singh, caller of AIKSCC, whereas talking with farmer union heads.

“All peasants, agriculture employee organisations across the country are asked to watch Gregorian calendar month twelve as ‘Solidarity Day’ and send one hundred thousand emails to increase support to geographic region therefore on run trains at once. Such vindictive steps ought to be condemned wide,” aforementioned Dr Darshan Pal, president of the Kirti Kisan Union and organizer of all farmer unions of geographic region.

‘Delhi Chalo’

The planned ‘Delhi Chalo’ program of farmers doesn’t appear to be materialising as of currently as city Police have denied permission for his or her rally at Jantar Mantar on Gregorian calendar month 26-27. Farmers from across the country, below the banner of AIKSCC, had planned the ‘Delhi Chalo’ on Gregorian calendar month 26-27. However, on November 11, the deputy commissioner of police wrote to V M Singh, caller of AIKSCC, denying permission for the dharna at Jantar Mantar citing the pandemic, adding that section a hundred and forty four CrPC had already been enforced within the capital.

Jagmohan Singh, operating member of AIKSCC, said, “A recent application has been sent to city commissioner to review it once more. Farmers have mentioned that varied protest gatherings are control in Jantar Mantar in September and Gregorian calendar month as well as protests within which the city CM himself participated. the state has been in Unlock mode since legal holiday. Parliament has conjointly opened for monsoon session in September 2020, and elections are control in province and bypolls in eight states.”

“Covid tips are going to be followed and furthermore, public awareness currently exists in contrast to the time the pandemic skint out initially…Under such circumstances, it’s clear that denial of permission by the deputy commissioner of police, New Delhi, is illegal, illogical, capricious and while not due application of mind. it’s unfair to forestall farmers from airing their grievances in a very peaceful manner once political activities and different protests are freely allowed,” aforementioned V M Singh in his application.

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