The members of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ugrahan), nevertheless, are taking part in a sit-in outdoors District Collectorates in a number of elements of Punjab.
As farmer leaders began their one-day hunger strike as half of the continued agitation in opposition to the Centre’s farm legal guidelines on Monday, leaders of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ugrahan), one of the largest outfit in Punjab, determined to not participate within the protest.
Members of the BKU (Ugrahan), nevertheless, have been taking part in a sit-in outdoors District Collectorates in a number of elements of Punjab.
“We are not participating in the hunger strike. The decision was taken by members of the 30- odd farmer unions from Punjab. They didn’t ask us neither were we invited when the decision was taken,” Sukhdev Singh, BKU (Ugrahan) normal secretary instructed The Hindu.
Mr. Singh, nevertheless, made it clear that this could not have any opposed impact of the continued motion. “We have been working in coordination with the 32 farmer unions since the agitation started. But at times there had been different decisions taken by them or us. But let me assure you that the aim of all of us is to get the farm laws revoked,” he mentioned.
In at the very least 15 districts throughout Punjab, members of the BKU (Ugrahan) have been protesting since morning. “In Punjab our members are sitting on dharna in Patiala, Sangrur, Mansa, Bathinda, Moga Barnala, Faridkot, Muktsar, Fazilka, Ferozpur, Tarn Taran, Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Ludhiana and Jalandhar,” he mentioned.
On December 10 (Human Rights Day), the BKU (Ugrahan) throughout their protest demanded the discharge of jailed activists. Notably, the BKU (Ugrahan) and the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee will not be half of the group of 32 farmer unions from Punjab.