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Friday, 26 March 2021

Four months after the peasant movement, the effect of today's bandh / 'Bharat bandh': see where the effect is

Four months after the peasant movement, the effect of today's bandh / 'Bharat bandh': 






see where the effect is.








Today, four months after the end of the peasant movement, India has been shut down by India.



Farmers close India today
Its impact was seen on the border of Delhi
Several trains were canceled
Today, four months after the farmers' agitation against the agricultural law, the farmers of India have announced a shutdown. The impact of the dam is being felt in Punjab and Haryana. The 12-hour long dam is having a major impact in Punjab and Haryana. Normal public life is also affected. In Chandigarh, farmers' organizations staged a picket on the railway tracks.

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During today's protest, activists of farmers' organizations asked shopkeepers to stop work at some places in Punjab. A senior police official in the state said adequate security arrangements have been put in place in both the states to prevent any untoward incident in view of the protests.

Vegetables and milk will also be off: farmer leader





"Farmers today will completely block railways and roads and taxis and vehicles will not be allowed," said Sukhdev Singh Kokari, general secretary of the Indian Farmers' Union. The farmer has also been supported by the truck union.

Either effect

Many trains from Delhi to Chandigarh, Amritsar and Kalka have been canceled. As barricades were set up on the Ghazipur border, Darshan Pal, leader of the United Kisan Morcha, said protesting farmers would also cut off the supply of vegetables and milk today. Protesting farmers have also been appealed for peace.

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