Bharatiya Kisan Union Tomar group will hold a panchayat on Tuesday at Dehradun railway station in protest against the new agricultural laws.

The farmers took this decision in a meeting held in village Kheda of Bahadarabad development block. In the meeting held on Monday, the national president of the union, Chaudhary Sanjeev Tomar, said that the three new agricultural laws are not in the interest of farmers.

Only industrialists will benefit from these laws. Apart from the loss to the farmers, nothing is going to be gained from them. He said that the movement against black laws has been going on in Delhi for many days. Many farmers have been martyred in the movement, but the BJP government is not ready to back down in any way due to its dictatorial attitude.

The peasants also will not end the agitation until the laws are repealed. He said that on Tuesday, the organization will hold a panchayat at Dehradun railway station, protesting against the black law. During this, he appointed Ankit as the Narsan Youth Block President. Isam Singh, Pawan Tyagi, Ajay Tyagi, Ankit Gurjar, Paramjeet, Aditya, Vipul, Kapil, Harish, Ashok Chaudhary, Bhushan, Monu etc. were present in the meeting.

The struggle of farmers will bring color soon: Pritam
Congress workers demonstrated on Monday by taking out a tractor rally in Bahadrabad, Haridwar to protest against the new agricultural laws of the central government. Congress state president Pritam Singh, who is leading the protest, said that the struggle of the farmers will soon bring color and the central government will have to withdraw the black laws.

Preparations were going on for the last several days of Kisan Rally in conjunction with former MLA Ambarish Kumar. On Monday, Congress workers and farmers reached Bahadrabad with tractors. From here, the rally under the leadership of Congress Committee State President Pritam Singh and former MLA Ambarish Kumar started from NH 58 and ended at Vikas Bhawan Roshanabad via SADCUL.

Addressing the activists here, State President Pritam Singh said that the Central Government has attacked the interests of farmers by passing three black laws. In the harsh winter, farmers and their families are fighting for their interests on the Delhi border.

He had said that the central government had promised to waive loans to farmers, but this did not happen. On the contrary, the black law was imposed on the farmers. He said that historic works were done in the interest of farmers by waiving loans in the then Manmohan Singh government.

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