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Phagwara congress led by MLA Dhaliwal protests in favour of Kisan Andolan

Ashok Kaura | January 27, 2021 05:08 PM

PHAGWARA: The country's food supplier ie Farmers are being harassed in the streets of Delhi for three months against the three black laws passed by the Center on agriculture, but the Centre's unscrupulous government has not been able to contain the lice. Despite eleven meetings, the Center has failed to resolve the issue. In view of the agitation call issued by the Kisan Morcha on January 26, the entire Congress of Phagwara led by Phagwara MLA Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal (Retired IAS) marched on Sugar Mill Chowk without disturbing the traffic. He calmly chanted slogans and protested against the Modi government at the Center. He expressed solidarity with the peasant movement.
Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal MLA said that the Union Government was making arbitrary laws to benefit its capitalist friends by abolishing the centuries old system of Aarati in the farmers, which was initially rejected by the farmers as a death warrant of the farmer. He said that the central government was adamant that the laws were for the welfare of the farmers whereas the farmers were struggling with the alleged welfare of the center. The farmer has been on the streets for three months and about 70 farmers have died. Dhaliwal said that it was unfortunate that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had expressed grief over the four deaths in the US, did not utter a single word on the death of farmers. He said that in fact the Union Minister who has nothing to do with the farmers has become a puppet in the hands of Ambani Adani and is bent on making the farmers bonded laborers on their own lands, which has led to a nationwide agitation. Has been. The Punjab Congress fully supports this movement and stands with the peasantry. He said that Punjab BJP should show the real picture to its leader Modi ji that if the farmers were not obeyed then the farmers not only in Punjab but all over the country would show the incompetence of BJP. Dhaliwal said this was the first time that the Center was doing as much good as it wanted to do, opposing it and sitting on the Delhi border on cold nights to save its generations from its scourge. He said that the Center should give up bigotry and address the issue of farmers keeping in view the state religion and democratic values. Sohan Lal Banga Chairman Municipal Improvement Trust, Naresh Bhardwaj Chairman Market Committee, Gurdial Singh Bhullarai Chairman Block Samiti, Manish Bhardwaj Former Secretary PPCC, Sanjeev Bugga President Block Congress.

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