Tribune News Service
Rohtak, April 7
The Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) is gearing up to make 24-hour blockade on the KMP expressway on April 10 profitable with leaders of assorted farm outfits from Haryana launching a public contact campaign within the villages on Wednesday to muster individuals’s help for the protest.
They visited Kultana, Baland, Garnavathi villages in Rohtak and Rohad, Dighal, Jakhoda, Badli villages in Jhajjar district and motivated the villagers to make sure their participation within the blockade to strengthen the agitation.
“To ensure massive turnout, we are stressing upon especially those villages located nearby the KMP expressway so that they could easily reach the protest site in a large number hence different teams have been formed to contact people in these villages,” mentioned Inderjit Singh, vp, All India Kisan Sabha.
Singh maintained at a gathering held at Tikri border right now, duties had been assigned to the farm leaders to ask the individuals by making telephone calls or utilizing different media as nicely.
The 24-hour blockade can be resorted to from 10 am on April 10 on the similar factors the place dharna was staged on March 6, he added.
Virendra Hooda, nationwide common secretary of the BKU (Kisan Sarkar), mentioned the decision for blockade on the KMP expressway was towards ‘indifference’ of the Central authorities in the direction of farmers’ agitation and persevering with with its personal agenda of privatisation moreover new norms notified by the FCI for the acquisition of wheat.
“Today, we visited several villages and found acute resentment among the villagers against the BJP government over the farmers’ issue” Hooda claimed.
Sumit Dalal, one other farmer chief, mentioned the position of nodal buy company had been truncated in a scientific approach with an intention to facilitate the company sector and personal gamers in grain commerce.
“Conditions like asking for land revenue documents or abruptly transferring money directly to the farmers’ account may cause problems as those farmers who cultivate on contract basis will be deprived of the money of sale as they do not have land titles in their names,” he added.