As Farmer Protest is going on Delhi Borders and gaining popularity in the world. The member of Canadian Parliament Jagmeet Singh uploaded a video on his Twitter account for supporting Indian Farmers against the Farmer bills.
He shared a video on his Twitter handle in which he talked about how Indian farmers are protesting because the Indian government has privatized agriculture.
He spoke in video- Farmers across India have gathered in one of the biggest protests in history. They are protesting against ordinances that have privatized farming, making it tougher for them to earn a living. While protecting their rights and quietly complaining, these farmers are also organizing to give back to the local community, free kitchen, free education, menstruation commodities, and other services to support those in need.
This excellent showcase of solidarity is the hallmark of this peaceful protest. I call on leaders across the world to condemn the Indian Government’s violence response to these peaceful protesters, and I stand in solidarity with farmers demanding justice and fairness.”
These are the words of MP Jagmmet Singh who desperately stand with Farmers in India. Must Read –Who is Narinder Singh Kapany and why is he Awarded Padma Vibhushan Posthumously?
I am deeply concerned about the violence against farmers in India— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) January 29, 2021
Those calling to harm farmers must be held accountable and the right to peaceful protest must be protected
I am calling on Justin Trudeau to condemn the violence, immediately
Join me: https://t.co/lNairgWw2L pic.twitter.com/r6QvXcWwsU
Is Kisan Andolan Over Now?
In India, most people know this protest as Kishan Andolan, and everyone supports it. Many people want to know that the presence of the peasant movement is not over yet, it is still going on. Farmer Leaders have spoken to the farmer minister and team members 11 to 12 times, but talking to them has not yielded any results.
As per the information, farmers will be mobilized in Delhi every day. On the other hand, the Virk Khurd Gram Panchayat in Bathinda district of Punjab has appealed to every family to send at least one member to the Delhi border agitation in solidarity with the farmers.
He said that from February 7, a foot march would be taken to Tikki border of Delhi. “Now the movement has reached a point where if we become weak, we will lose,” he said. Therefore, every day will have to strengthen the movement. The government will take all possible measures to break the agitation but the peasantry is running its movement peacefully and patiently.