Tribune Information Service
Jhajjar, January 6
In contrast to to different days, Wednesday night was busy for Jaspal Singh, a farmer from Fazilka in Punjab, tenting at Pakoda Chowk at Tikri-Bahadurgarh border as he was gearing up for ‘Tractor March’ to be taken out on the decision given by the Sankyukt Kisan Morcha on Thursday.
He tied a flag on his tractor, crammed the gasoline tank with diesel and checked the music system put in on the tractor in order to be prepared for collaborating within the first cavalcade of 400 tractors that can go away for the Singhu border on Thursday morning. Jaspal began serving to different fellow farmers too after ending his preparations.
“Farmers, particularly the kids, are enthusiastic in regards to the tractor march and are additionally prepared to guide it from the entrance. Because the march will begin at 9 am therefore now we have tied flags on the tractors and crammed their tanks right this moment to avoid wasting time subsequent morning. Even, music system put in on the tractor has additionally been checked,” Jaspal informed The Tribune.
He stated three farmers will board on a tractor, whereas ladies protesters won’t be a part of this march. They might stay at protest websites to do routine affairs like attending dharna together with different farmers and preparations of langar, and many others. The march can be peaceable and the tractor would transfer in a row, he added.
Like Jaspal, different farmers too had been excited in regards to the march at Tikri and had been seen discussing it with their aged. “My tractor all of a sudden developed some technical challenge yesterday however I acquired it rectified right this moment to make sure my participation within the march,” stated Jaskaran Singh, one other farmer from Punjab.
Joginder Nain, state president, Bhartiya Kisan Union, stated the farmers would assemble at previous bus stand in Bahadurgarh city within the morning. “Thereafter, they may proceed in the direction of Aasodha village for taking the route of KMP freeway to go to the Singhu border. Equally, farmers from Singhu will proceed in the direction of Tikri,” he added.
In the meantime, the police beefed up safety preparations on the route of the tractor march to avert any untoward incident.
“Sufficient preparations have been made to take care of regulation and order scenario through the march. Nobody can be allowed to take regulation into his fingers. Nonetheless, the farm leaders have additionally assured of taking out a peaceable march,” stated Rajesh Duggal, Jhajjar SP.