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Bharatiya Kisan Sangh not to support farmer unions ‘chakka jam’ on Feb 6

The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, which is associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), has not given its support to the chakka jam of the farmer organizations to be held on 6 February.

The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh has said that it will not support the call of farmers’ organizations to block the National and State Highways for three hours on February 6.

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Bharatiya Kisan Union General Secretary Badri Narayan Chaudhary told news agency ANI, “The protests on all the borders of Delhi have become political now. It is clear that it has become a political propaganda. “

He said, “First the leaders of Canada supported the farmers’ protests, then the leaders of Britain and now celebrities from other countries are doing it. This proves that it is a propaganda against India. They want to spoil the peace and harmony of the country. “

Earlier, the farmers’ organizations had announced a chakka jam, saying that they would shut down the highway near the picket sites for three hours in protest against the authorities, allegedly harassing them on behalf of the authorities and against the three agricultural laws.

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However Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has said that “What are the farmers who have been saying for the last two months, what they are saying is that they are making laws for us, then ask us what effect it will have on us.”

Priyanka Gandhi reached Rampur in Uttar Pradesh to meet the family of Navrita Singh, who was killed in the violence on Republic Day in Delhi.

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After meeting the family, Priyanka Gandhi said, “This is a farmers’ fight behind which there are no politicians nor any political party.”

“PM Modi recently said that if farmers want to talk, then I am a phone call away. There is so much ego in them that they cannot go to meet the farmers. How far is the Delhi border from the Prime Minister’s residence.”

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Barricading has been done on the border of Delhi in such a way that it is an international border.

She said, “The government sitting in power now has arrogance. Her association with the public is broken, she is no longer able to hear the voice of the public.”

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